Be Colorado announces campus competition champion and winners of $300 airfare vouchers.
Complete the SUCCEED Health Assessment by midnight Friday and you will be automatically entered into the drawing.
On April 1, Be Colorado is launching Move., an incentive-based campaign that will pay participants $25 a month to meet baseline goals of 30 minutes or more of exercise, 12 times per month.
Knowledge is health. Be Colorado invites you to take a few important minutes out of your day to learn more about your health by taking the annual online SUCCEED Health Assessment
The CU Health and Welfare Trust and its Be Colorado team listened to employees and have responded with new tools and programs that will help you achieve your wellness goals.
Be Colorado held 17 health screenings across the university in October and early November, with 1,844 participants, a 50 percent increase in participation over last year.
Neighborhood facilities offer Board Certified Nurse Practitioners to treat common illnesses, minor injuries and wellness care including sports physicals and vaccinations.
This summer’s traumatic events hit close to home for many across the University of Colorado system.
January is the time for New Year resolutions, and for many people, their top resolution is to lose weight. To help more people be successful, Be Colorado is bringing the popular Colorado Weigh program to the Boulder, Denver and Colorado Springs campuses with subsidized Phase 1 classes starting in February.
Be Colorado is a hit, especially at the University of Colorado Denver. Faculty and staff at the Denver campus basked in their commitment to wellness on Dec. 2 when they won the trophy for best participation in this fall’s Be Colorado health assessment. About 40 people attended the festive awards presentation, as well as prize [...]
A celebration in recognition of all participants in the Be Colorado health assessment and health screenings is set for 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, at the CU Denver Terrace Room, 1380 Lawrence St., second floor. CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow, Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer E. Jill Pollock, and Be Colorado [...]
A celebration in recognition of all participants in the Be Colorado health assessment and health screenings is set for 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, at the CU Denver Terrace Room, 1380 Lawrence St., second floor.
The health screenings and health assessments have wrapped up, but the Be Colorado wellness journey is just getting started.
More than 2,000 University of Colorado faculty and staff started their Be Colorado wellness journey by completing the health assessment.
Some members of the university community have expressed concern over the University of Colorado Health and Welfare Trust’s wellness program.
University of Colorado leaders set an ambitious goal of at least 30 percent employee participation in the first year of the Be Colorado health assessment.
Friday, Oct. 28, is the last day to take the SUCCEED health assessment and have it count toward the campus competition.
Chances to win such prizes as iPads and REI gift cards remain available to health plan participants who take part in Be Colorado.
The four University of Colorado campus leaders are inviting faculty and staff across the system to join them in embarking on the Be Colorado wellness journey.
A confidential, online health assessment tool launches on Monday, Oct. 3, as part of Be Colorado.
Starting Tuesday, free health screenings will be available on each University of Colorado campus as part of the Be Colorado wellness program.
Go to www.BeColorado.org to learn about eligibility, dates, times and locations, and to sign up for a screening and the chance to win a new iPad 2.