Thank you to everyone who participated! We hope you enjoyed it.
A special congratulations to our prize winners:
|Helen Nooner||Resistance Bands|
|Samantha Davis||Yoga DVD|
|Sarah Talley||Foot massager|
|Brandon Willett||Water bottle with fruit infuser|
Keep logging those steps and minutes of activity for Spring into Motion!
Join fellow UT Austin faculty and staff in a scavenger hunt that will take you on a tour across campus. Stop at as many of the places on the map as possible between on Wednesday, April 12 between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. to collect one ticket per location. Write your EID on all of your tickets and drop them off at HealthPoint by 5:00 p.m. Prizes will be drawn on Thursday, April 13.*
Get the map here! Click on the star for the exact location. There is also a list of locations below.
Collect one ticket at every location. The more locations you visit, the more chances you have to win!*
- A Fitbit activity monitor
- Resistance Bands
- Yoga DVD
- Water Bottle with fruit infuser
- And more!
Ticket Pick-up Locations
- Fitness Institute of Texas (BEL 966) – 9th floor of Memorial Stadium
- Forty Acres Pharmacy (SSB) – 1st floor of Student Services Building
- HealthPoint (NOA 3.302) – Work/life Balance & Wellness Headquarters
- Perry-Castaneda Library (PCL) – 1st Floor Information Desk
- Life Science Library (MAI) – Main Building, Room 220
- RecSports (GRE) – Gregory Gym Front Desk
- Health Learning Building (HLB) – 1st Floor Front Desk
- AT&T Conference Center (ATT)- Gabriels Cafe
*Prize drawings are only open to UT Austin employees. The value of the prize will be included in the recipient’s taxable income.
Participation in HealthPoint work-life balance and wellness activities is completely voluntary. Parking fees are not included for HealthPoint activities. HealthPoint values and respects employees’ privacy. Personal health information, if collected during a wellness activity, is protected and kept confidential, where applicable, according to the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) regulations. Only aggregate, de-identified data is used for trending purposes.