Health 10 is a one-semester, required course. The primary goal is to help students learn to be flexible and thoughtful in decision-making. In this course, students pursue exercises and engage in discussions that are designed to teach them to examine their own values and to set priorities around health-related topics. Additionally, the course focuses on improved communication skills by teaching listening, understanding, and carefully articulating the student’s ideas and feelings. Activities teach students to approach decision-making by self-awareness, understanding different points of view, learning from one another, and keeping an open mind. Topics include self-awareness and personal relationships, college decision-making and separation, stress management, disordered eating, substance use and abuse and sexual decision-making. This course is pass/fail. Students who do not satisfactorily complete the course in the semester assigned will be required to retake it in a later term.