Campus Health Improvement Program
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The Campus health Improvement Program (CHIP) is a volunteer organization of UMFK employees and students committed to improving campus health and wellness. CHIP recommends strategies/programs to promote wellness and fitness throughout the campus community, assists in supporting University of Maine System Health Initiatives and works with other campus groups to offer convenient, low cost activities and educational programs.

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Follow us on Facebook Did you know that UMFK's Campus Health Improvement Program has a Facebook page? If not, please feel free to 'like' us to receive notices on upcoming wellness events, links to health-related articles, tips, videos, recipes, and more! Feel free to share links, recipes and ideas for wellness events on our wall, and join in the process of making our campus a healthier place to live, work and play.

To follow us on Facebook, simply click here and click the 'like' button on our page. Then, feel free to share comments, health resources, and more with the campus community.

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