Program Overview

Now in its 15th year, the Wellness Warriors program has been refreshed and updated for 2021 and we look forward to new and exciting opportunities for Wayne State University employees to follow their path to better health!

Exciting News!

We've eliminated the enrollment process and have granted eligible employees access to all of WSU's employee wellness programming. All active medical-benefit-eligible employees are now able to participate in Wellness Warriors! 2021 is sure to be your healthiest year yet!

Wellness is multifaceted, and to be a successful campus wellness program we should address every aspect of wellness for our most important asset - YOU! The program provides tools, resources and ongoing support for you to create a personalized wellness plan to adopt and maintain healthy habits. We utilize best practices to engage employees in 5 areas of wellness:

5 To Thrive Preview Video 

Where to get started?

A good place to start is logging into our NEW Life Advisor Well-being portal and completing the Health Assessment. From there, Wellness Coaching and participating in 5 to Thrive can get you on the right track. Remember, you'll earn Rewards as you take positive steps towards health and wellness! Don't forget about free Program Services and Events!

Portal Log-In

This program is open to active medical-benefit-eligible Wayne State University employees. The following employee groups are not eligible: stipend recipients, student assistants, temporary employees, hourly employees, employees with less than 50% full-time status, part-time faculty, skilled trades, retirees, and terminated employees.

Privacy Notice:

All of your personal health information (PHI), including your Health Assessment results, any screening or other health data collected, are held confidential. It will never get back to Human Resources, your insurance provider or your supervisor. WSU Human Resources receives aggregate data, meaning data that summarizes WSU as a whole, not with individual results. Your health data is held in compliance with HIPAA, the laws governing personal health information.