Friday, Oct. 28, is the last day to take the SUCCEED health assessment and have it count toward the campus competition and the iPad 2 drawing.
So far, some 1,246 people have signed up for the onsite health screenings and 1,257 people have already completed the SUCCEED health assessment.
Any campus could win the Be Colorado Campus Competition. CU Denver is currently leading, but it’s not over yet (see chart below).
There are four opportunities left to receive a free health screening, which includes a free flu shot. Space is limited at the screenings, some of which are almost full.
- Friday, Oct. 21, on the CU-Boulder campus at the Recreation Center
- Tuesday, Oct. 25, on the Anschutz Medical Campus at Research 2
- Wednesday, Oct. 26, on the UCCS campus in the University Center
- Thursday, Oct. 27, on the Boulder campus at Fiske Planetarium
All health screenings take place from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.; you’ll need to fast for the blood test.
Go to www.becolorado.org to sign up for the health screening or take the SUCCEED health assessment
In this initial phase, the SUCCEED health assessment tool and onsite health screenings will be available to health trust-enrolled employees and retirees of the University of Colorado, University of Colorado Hospital and University Physicians Inc., i.e., those who are the primary members of UA Net, UA Net Colorado Springs, HMO Colorado, Lumenos, CU Kaiser and Medicare Primary plans.
University employees who are on the Kaiser and United Health Care plans offered by the state of Colorado are not eligible because this program is funded by university medical plans.
You do not need your health screening results in order to complete the health assessment. Those who take the health assessment through HealthMedia will have their health screening results uploaded into their assessment in November. They will then receive an email notifying them that their plan has been updated. This upload capability is not available through Kaiser at this time.