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Biggest Loser Welcome Meeting


Join your TSU Family for the 2015 Biggest Loser Challenge Welcome Meeting.

Date: January 9, 2015

Time: 2pm

Location: Hannah Hall Room 111

For more information or to sign up, contact Melanie Jackson at 713-313-7162

Click HERE  to view the flyer and contest rules

Happy New Year!!!

This year we are re-vamping our Work-Like Wellness program and we have several new and exciting events and activities to share!

We also have a team of fantastic Wellness Champions who are all excited about promoting a healthier campus. This month we invite you to get to know our Wellness Champion Rena. She was the winner of TSU’s Biggest Loser 2014, and she is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and making wellness a priority in all aspects of her life.

Click HERE to read about Rena and to view our events this month.

Live Right – Lose Weight – Live Long

Join your TSU Family for the 2015 Biggest Loser Challenge.

Starting January 12, 2015   |   The Entry Fee is $25.00

  • Your weight will NOT be shared with others
  • There will be weekly activities and meetings
  • Nutrition demonstrations
  • The top 3 players will receive a cash prize!!!!!! $$$$

Contact Melanie Jackson for more information 713-313-7162

Click HERE for Contest Rules and the Flyer

Article from the Mayo Clinic:

The holiday season often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression. And it’s no wonder. The holidays present a dizzying array of demands — parties, shopping, baking, cleaning and entertaining, to name just a few.

But with some practical tips, you can minimize the stress that accompanies the holidays. You may even end up enjoying the holidays more than you thought you would.

 Click HERE to view Tips to Prevent Holiday Stress and Depression

EAP Resources

Contact the Recreation Center at 713-313-6885 to sign up for a membership!

Rates are now 1/2 off through February 15, 2015.

Semester rates
Faculty and Staff: $38
Alumni: $50
Seniors: $25
Community: $63
Rec Center Webpage

Flu season is among us.

View our latest Wellness Tip to view tools on Preventative Care and Remedies.

Click Here: Wellness Tip 12.2.14

Texas Southern University (TSU) is a strong proponent of Title IX enforcement and in ensuring that sex discrimination and sexual violence is eradicated. Title IX is a Federal law that prohibits sex discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.  In accordance with Title IX, TSU policies prohibit sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assaults, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.  Please review the University Title IX Grievance Procedure (MAPP 02.05.09) and familiarize yourself with its content. In addition to reviewing the TSU Title IX Grievance Procedure, below is a link to a Public Service Announcement recently released by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assaults.

Let’s all do our part to ensure Title IX compliance at Texas Southern University.  Working together, this goal can be accomplished.

Change Lives. Shape the Future. Make a Difference. Give.

The 2014 State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) has begun and will run through October 31, 2014.This year’s campaign will focus on increasing participation to 100% from our campus community.The donations from Texas Southern University will change lives, shape the future, and make a difference in the lives of people.We hope that everyone will help to make this year’s campaign a success.

The campaign will present opportunities for you to win prizes and familiarize yourself with various charitable organizations that impact lives all around the Houston area, including our TSU community.These organizations will have a much greater impact on humanity than we could ever have or imagine.

Every dollar makes a difference.Every little bit that you contribute can go a long way toward helping people.Employees can make donations or pledge through payroll deduction during October 2014.

REMEMBER…Together we can make a difference!


2014 Goal – $20,000 | 100% Participation

Resources: SECC Texas Website  |  Giving Guide

Effective September 1, 20124, active Teacher Retirement System (TRS) members will experience an increase in deduction from their paycheck from the current 6.4% to 6.7% of eligible compensation. State contribution remains at 6.8% in current fiscal year.

The required increase was approved in the 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1458-TRS Benefits and Contributions.

For more information, please contact TRS at 1-800-223-8778 and visit the following TRS link:


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