Lawrence Tech is a strong advocate for preventive health care. Choosing a healthy lifestyle is not only smart, it's economical.



The university has  a recreational facility know as the  Don Ridler Field House. The facilities available include: gymnasium, weight rooms, showers, and saunas. This facility is available to all students and employees of the university.For more information about the programs, stop by the "Field House" front desk or call us at 248.204.3862 or email


Healthy Tools

The university's medical insurance providers,Alliance Health and Life and  Blue Care Network offer its members  an on-line health assessment tool  designed to help achieve health goals. The health assessment tools are available for you to prioritize your health changes based on your risk and readiness  to make a change. AHL members may take advantage of discounted health care cost by completing the iStrive for Better Health assessment questionnaire.


Wellness Workshops

Throughout the year we offer worksite wellness workshop programs. The programs are free and available for all full and part time employees to attend. Learn to be inspired by experts in health and wellness.

Join us this fall 2012 for the Walk for Better Health program.  This 12-week, self-paced walking program is designed to get you walking and keep you walking long after you complete the program.  Register for the program kick-off scheduled for September 19, 2012, and learn how to "Walk Pain Free" from an exercise physiologist. 


Wellness Resources

The articles and website resources below may also help you achieve your wellness goals.

Wellness Articles Website Resources

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Notice of Non-Discrimination Policy

Lawrence Tech adheres and conforms to all applicable federal, state and local civil rights regulations, statutes and ordinances. No person, student, faculty or staff member will knowingly be discriminated against relative to the above statutes. Lawrence Tech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Notice of Disability Services

In compliance with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify the Office of Human Resources for assistance.

Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to or call 248.204.2151 for assistance.