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Use the links and information below to develop your own personal growth and learn about the resources available at Bryant University. You can find information here on Health and Wellness, including Counseling and Health Services and the Department of Public Safety. You will also find valuable information on diversity and inclusion and related clubs and organizations that are present on campus.

Bryant Health & Safety

Health Services Homepage
Counseling Services
Department of Public Safety

Personal Health Resources
Contact Health Educator/Health & Wellness Coordinator Amy Webster

Sodexo Dietician and Nutritionist Cheryl Brock is available for individual consultations and team consultations to help student-athletes learn about nutrition and eat healthily both in and out of a dining hall setting. Contact her for nutrition questions and help at

Other Helpful Nutrition Online Resources
Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition
Eat Right: Academy of Nutrition and Diatetics 
The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) 

Important Sports Health Issues 
Sickle Cell Trait
Female Athlete Triad (Disordered Eating, Amenorrhea, & Osteoporosis)
Alcohol & Athletic Performance
Mental Health
Eating Disorders
Hydration in Sports

Diversity & Inclusion

Campus Organizations
Women's Center
Intercultural Center
Multicultural Student Union
Bryant Culture & Service Organizations 
Safe Zone
LGBTQ Center (Third Floor of Bryant Center)

Information & Readings
Achieving Excellence Through Diversity & Inclusion

LGBT Resources
You Can Play Project
It Gets Better Project
It Gets Better - Bryant University
If you can play, you can play

Gender Resources
NCAA Title IX Resource Center
Women's Sports Foundation

Race & Ethnicity Resources
Race - The Power of an Illusion
Race & Athletics - Eugenics
Edge of Sports - Dave Zirin
Power, Oppression & Privilege In Sport - POPspot