Four Steps to Getting Started:

1. Read the Guidelines For information about CE Wellness release time and the wellness challenge.

2. Register for an Assessment To participate in wellness time,
you must complete an assessment each year.

3. Sign the Waiver Form Sign the form and give to Laura May.

4. Record Your Wellness Time Recording your time is required
for wellness time participants


It’s time to get moving. Get involved as a team or as
an individual.


Benefits to the Organization

  • Healthier and happier employees
  • Lower healthcare and medical insurance costs
  • Lower absenteeism related to health issues
  • Improved customer service
  • Increased productivity
  • Provides an additional form of employee compensation
  • Benefits to the Individual

  • Improved sense of well-being
  • Decreased fatigue
  • Increased mental alertness
  • Weight management
  • Improved stress management


Check out the Wellness Guidelines table

Salaried WSU employees may participate in wellness activities a maximum of three hours a week (not to exceed one hour a day) prorated based on FTE status. To participate, employees must:

  • Be a registered and active University Wellness Program participant
  • Sign the consent/waiver form, in case of injury. Your supervisor must also sign the consent form.
  • Keep a record of wellness participation (see step #4 on the left for recording wellness time).
  • The specific wellness participation hours and days should be communicated to your supervisor.

  • Time missed due to work emergencies or other work-related conflicts can only be rescheduled during that same week (i.e. missed time cannot be accrued outside the week)
  • Time missed because of sickness or vacation cannot be rescheduled
  • Time can be taken in conjunction with breaks and lunch
  • Special scheduling considerations can be made, in unusual circumstances, by supervisors
  • Times should be staggered within work groups to minimize service disruptions to customers due to inadequate staff coverage
  • Contacting Us...

    Laura May
    Weber State University
    Continuing Education