The Well Data

This data provides a breakdown of how many students have been reached through outreach efforts (in person and zoom), health coaching (meeting with our peers or professional staff), and free resources given out through our booking system, collaborations, or programs. 
*Data is updated monthly by The Well Staff (September 2021-June 2022)
*Last updated on June 10, 2022


In-depth description:
  • Booking system: Students who make appointments with The Well to pick up items
  • Walk-Ins: Students who do not have an appointment and pick up items during our walk-in hours 
Well events
Students Reached Through Well Programs: 2,872
Well Booking Services: 2,048
Covid Kits
Covid-19 Wellness Kits: 1,225
Sleep Kits
Sleep Kits Only: 1,256
Walk Ins
Walk-Ins: 1,361
Face Coverings
Face Coverings Only: 1,351
Sexual Health Supplies
Sexual Health Supplies Only: 290
Period Products
Period Products Only: 114
Health Coaching
Health Coaching Appointments: 65

Student Health Behavior Data

The Well collects and analyzes student health behavior data in a variety of ways, through program evaluations and campus-wide surveys. This data helps us assess student well-being, identify emerging trends, prioritize needs, allocate resources, and inform our programs and services.

2021 ACHA-NCHA III Results

Note: Due to small sample size, results may not be representative of the entire UCR student population.

The Well's Annual Reports

Each year, The Well evaluates our programs and services for effectiveness and impact, through participation numbers, website analytics, and assessments that measure learning outcomes and satisfaction.

2021-22 Yearbook

2018-19 Yearbook

2017-18 Yearbook


UCR Alcohol & Other Drug Programs Biennial Review

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act requires institutions of higher education receiving any form of federal funding to implement programs to prevent the use of illicit drugs and the misuse of alcohol and other substances by students and employees, and to conduct a biennial review of the institution’s program.

UCR's alcohol and other drug (AOD) programs are reviewed every two years by a team of staff, faculty, and students from departments across campus, and compiled with our current AOD policies, data, and recommendations for the future in the following report:


2016-18 Biennial Review