Eating Concerns Awareness Week

Eating Concerns Awareness Week is brought to you by Eating Concerns Mentors, a Health & Wellness peer education group. This awareness week corresponds to National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, a national campaign of the National Eating Disorder Association.Campus events and activities are designed to help raise awareness about eating concerns.

Eating concerns and disorders don’t discriminate. Anyone can suffer—the highest mortality rate of any mental health disease and has one of the lowest funding for research. More than 30 million people in the US suffer from an eating disorder and that number is expected to be much higher due to many people who live in silence with an eating disorder. Join us in raising awareness about eating disorders at UNH. Use #UNHECM on social.


Monday, February 27 

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All of Me Documentary will show on Thursday, March 2 at 7 pm.

UNH Operation Beautiful | all day

Look out for body positive notes left by Eating Concerns Mentors around Durham’s campus. 

Body Image Meditation | 12:15-12:45 pm

Health & Wellness, 2nd floor

Tuesday, February 28 

Trash the Scale & Size is Just a Number | 5-8 pm 

Your health is more than a number; the number on your clothes does NOT define you. 
Hamel Rec Center

Wednesday, March 1

Helping a Friend with an Eating Disorder | 3-4 pm

Eating Concerns Mentors explain how you can help and offer support.
Health & Wellness @ Hamel Rec Center

My Favorite Part About Me Is ... | 6-8 pm

Hamel Rec Center

Thursday, March 2

All of Me Documentary | 7 pm 

This film features students from UVM who struggle with eating disorders and their families. We’ll be joined by two mothers from the documentary. Co-sponsored by Eating Concerns Mentors and the Student Nutrition Association. FREE.
Theater 1, MUB

Friday, March 3

My Favorite Part About Me Is ... | 10 am-Noon

Hamel Rec Center 

Get Help


Students have access to a variety of services to help with eating concerns:

Online Eating Disorder Screening

This anonymous online screening takes only a few minutes and consists of a series of questions. After completing the screening, you will receive referral information through the National Eating Disorders Association Helpline for personal evaluation by a medical professional. This is a great first step if you are concerned about your relationship with food and your body. 

start the screening