Learning how to balance life outside of the classroom is key to your academic and professional success. Students cite that sleep, stress, anxiety, relationships, time management, illness and self-care impact their grades. The office of Wellness & Health Promotion works collaboratively with our Health Center, and Counseling Center to provide fun opportunities, information, and skills training so you can further develop your capacity in seeking balance, making healthy choices and ultimately thriving at Bentley and beyond.
Staff and Contact Information
Jessica Greher Traue, EdM
Director, Wellness and Prevention
Office: Wellness & Health Promotion | Callahan Building 2nd Floor
Contact: 781.891.2947 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica received her Masters of Education in Counseling from Boston University in 2002. She has been at Bentley since 2005 and enjoys providing opportunities for students to make the safest choices for their well-being. Jessica regularly meets with students privately to talk about their choices around alcohol, other substances, or personal health goals. On campus, Jessica manages several programs including Be a Spotter, Consent Day, OneLess, and fitness classes. She advises the Health and Fitness Club, The Tennis Club and DKE and she serves on the Title IX and LGBTQ steering committees. Jessica has received national awards from the American College Health Association, NASPA-Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education, and has served in leadership roles for ACPA- College Student Educators International. She is currently President for the New England College Health Association. Jessica is an avid foodie and enjoys outdoor activities such as golf, skiing and gardening.
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Campus Wellness Map
Wellness opportunities surround you at Bentley. Check out our wellness map or participate in one of the activities listed below.
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