This is part of our series on the Dimension of Wellness.
According to OSU.org: The intellectually well person values lifelong learning and seeks to foster critical thinking, develop moral reasoning, expand worldviews and engage in education for the pursuit of knowledge. Intellectual wellness is achieving academic success, demonstrating learning and using information well. Choose a major or program of study that you find engaging, challenging and enriching. Develop effective time management and study strategies. Seek out experiential learning through internships, co-ops, jobs, service-learning opportunities, education abroad and more. Engage in activities that will enhance your intellectual wellness such as reading for fun or participating in a trivia night.
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