|Centers & Programs
HCCI offer nutritional counseling for a wide range of quality information that encompasses all nutritional aspects. Tools to fine-tune dietary patterns and find combinations to suit lifestyles and needs are provided by a Licensed and Registered Dietitian.
Eat Healthy. Live Healthy.
Our dietitian provides empowering one-on-one and group counseling to people with a variety of nutritional concerns throughout the lifecycle.
- weight loss
- eating disorders
- sports nutrition
- gastrointestinal disorders
- diabetes management
- lowering cholesterol & triglycerides
- managing blood pressure
- lap band and gastric bypass
- thyroid disorders
- pediatric and adolescent nutrition
- pregnancy and lactation
Free Counseling is available Monday - Thursday by appointment.
The Outdoor Program at Delta State is an inclusive, outdoor recreation and education program, striving to enhance, inspire, and empower university students, faculty, staff, and community members of the Mississippi Delta.
Credit courses are offered each semester. Some of these include Rock Climbing, Sky Diving and Mountain Biking.
There is also a Rental Shop, located in the Fitness Center, for daily, weekend, and weekly equipment rentals. Shop hours are Monday 12 - 4 PM, Wednesday and Thursday 3 - 6 PM.
Through major grant funding, a fitness trail has been made available to the campus/community. The fitness trail provides a safe opportunity to improve levels and health and wellness. The trail is located at the Delta State Intramural Field on the west side of campus next to Hill Apartments, directly across from the Facilities Management Building.
The trail is easily accessible to all campus/community members. It is within a walking/biking
distance from the center of campus and less than half a mile from the Forest E. Wyatt Center.
The purpose of the wellness center is to evaluate the fitness levels and the eating of the Delta State University faculty, staff, students and members of the Cleveland community, providing guidance for improvements.
Access to the facilities (fitness center, swimming pool, gymnasium, racquetball courts, tennis courts, and golf course) will be granted to anyone who purchases or has a current Delta State facilities usage card from the Student Business Services. View facilities and fees page.
Fitness assessments are free and done by appointment only.
Other activities that have been offered through HCCI include health fairs/screenings, Okra Kids Recreation and Activity Day Camp, environmental scan, and health curriculum.
DSU Box D3
Cleveland, MS 38733
As part of the Healthy Campus/Community Initiative, a wide variety of FREE fitness classes are offered for faculty, staff, students, and community users. All classes are taught by certified instructors in the Forest E. Wyatt Center located directly across the street from the cafeteria.