The Center for Wellness Promotion at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte promotes, supports, and affirms healthy living behaviors among campus community members to foster knowledge, attitudes, and skills that are essential for positive decision-making and enhancement of self-esteem. The Center for Wellness Promotion is the campus resource for health education programs, services, and information, as well as direct-care consultation and referrals.
The Center for Wellness Promotion presents a variety of group and campus-wide wellness events related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, sexual responsibility, and men's and women's health issues. Certified health educators and substance abuse staff are available to speak to UNC Charlotte students and groups. We also provide one-on-one consultation for students related to alcohol/drug issues, tobacco cessation, sexual health issues, and interpersonal violence issues. For more detailed information, please click on the tabs to your left and/or above.
Assessments and Assistance:
Assessments and other assistance is provided for individuals with questions or difficulties relating to alcohol or other drugs, sexual health issues, tobacco use or interpersonal violence issues.
If you would like more information about the Collegiate Recovery Community at UNC Charlotte, or if you would like to help out, please contact
Carol Rose at 704‑687‑0813.
The Center for Wellness promotion staff are all trained, open to and supportive of all individuals regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
Leslie Robinson, Interim Director/Health Educator
Betria Stinson, BASICS Coordinator
Carol Rose, CRC Specialist
Shawnte Elbert, Health Educator
Nicole Madonna-Rosario, Health Educator
Heather Vernier, Adm. Asst.