The Wallman Wellness Center was built in 2001. It currently houses the NDSU Wellness Center, Student Health Service and Disability Services.
In 1995 the NDSU Student Senate passed a resolution to finance the construction of the Wallman Wellness Center through in increase in the student health and wellness fee and the building opened to students in August 2001, housing the Wellness Center and Student Health Service. In 2003, the student body approved an expansion, which was completed in 2007, adding much needed fitness space, courts, a second track, larger child care facilities and other needed space. In 2011 a third expansion was completed to the Student Health Service, which added a Radiology department and increased provider space.
NDSU Wellness Center
The NDSU Wellness Center is open to the students, faculty and staff of NDSU. It contains four main components: Fitness Programs, Recreation Sports & Intramurals, Wellness Education and Child Care. The facility includes: strength and cardiovascular equipment, a 35' climbing wall, four racquetball courts, three basketball courts, two group exercise studios, an indoor cycling studio, martial arts studio, multipurpose gym, walking track and suspended running track, massage therapy room and locker rooms. The facility also includes a licensed child care facility for use by students while engaged in campus activities, a licensed massage therapist, a registered dietitian, and a health educator.
Student Health Service
Student Health Service provides integrated health services and promotion, education for prevention of disease and clinical treatment for illness. Student Health Service includes a full-time physician, nurse practitioners, RNs and other nursing professionals, medical technologists and pharmacists.
Services include: primary health care and maintenance, women's health care, medical laboratory, radiology and pharmaceutical services, health education.
Disability Services provides equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities to allow them to fully participate in the University environment.
Services include: determination of eligibility for services, identification of reasonable accommodations, promotion of student self-advocacy, referrals for tutoring, counseling and disability testing and education of the campus community on disability-related topics.