W&M’s new Wellness Center

Breaking Ground

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Quipping that the formal name is actually Bee and Goody’s House of Health, Elizabeth “Bee” McLeod ’83, M.B.A. ’91 and J. Goodenow “Goody” Tyler HON ’11 joined a host of William & Mary community members to break ground on the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center on June 12. The new building, located near the Sadler Center, will house the university’s health promotion team, counseling center, health center, campus recreation’s wellness programming and a Center for Mindfulness and Authentic Excellence. It is projected to open in the fall of 2018.

The new center is named after McLeod and Tyler for their role in advancing the health and wellness of students on and off campus.

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