40 Acres of Wellness Scavenger Hunt

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 40 Acres of Wellness Scavenger Hunt.

The winners are:

  • Fitbit Flex 2- Livia Price
  • Echo Dot- Kirk Hill
  • Life Factory water bottle- Delia Daliva
  • Texas Longhorns water bottle- Jane Denson


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 on April 5 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 the HealthPoint Wellness Program (UTA 3.408) or the Occupational Health Clinic (SSB) by 5:00 p.m. Prizes will be drawn on April 10.*

  • Fitbit Flex 2
  • Echo Dot
  • Water bottle
There are 7 locations with tickets.
  • The Fitness Institute of Texas
  • Forty Acres Pharmacy- 1st Floor of SSB
  • Occupational Health Clinic- SSB 3.202. You can drop off any tickets you collected here or UTA.
  • HealthPoint Wellness Program- UTA 3.408. You can drop off any tickets you collected here or the Occupational Health Clinic.
  • RecSports- GRE
  • Dell Med School – Health Learning Building
  • AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center- the concierge desk by Gabriel’s Cafe

Collect one ticket at every location. The more locations you visit, the more chances you have to win!*


*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.

HealthPoint Wellness programs are made possible with funding from UT Austin Human Resources, UT System LivingWell, and grants.