Student Health and Wellness Commission

Skylar Victorio

Student Health and Wellness Commissioner

Hi y’all, my name is Skylar Victorio. My pronouns are She/Her/Hers and I am one of the 2020-21 Student Health and Wellness Commissioners. I’m currently a third year Biological Sciences major and this is my second year in ASUCI. Last year, I was an intern for this very commission and I hope to be able to help and support students’ physical, mental, and emotional health as much as I can as a commissioner. I am so eager to serve the student body this year!

Office Hours: Thursdays 2pm-3pm via Zoom ( )

Isha Sharma

Student Health and Wellness Commissioner

Hey y’all! My name is Isha Sharma (she/her/hers). I’m currently a second-year student at UCI studying Cognitive Sciences.  I’m excited to be one of the commissioners for Student Health and Wellness! This is my second year with ASUCI. I love being a part of an organization that serves and supports our student community in various ways. I’m super passionate about all things health and wellness and am looking forward to working on several projects and initiatives. Feel free to contact me with any questions/concerns!

Office Hours: TBA via Zoom

Commission Description: 

The SHW Commission works to promote health and wellness for students at the University of California, Irvine. It gathers and shares resources on topics such as nutrition, fitness, stress management, diseases, alcohol/drug use, and sexual health with an open dialogue and safe space for students to discuss these topics. During the 2020-21 academic year, the SHW Commission will host educational webinars and other online events and market health promotive approaches on social media, backed by the most up-to-date research findings as published in highly respected scientific and medical journals, to spread knowledge of the resources available to students (on campus and off campus). A primary focus will be on opportunities which encompass the importance of a healthy diet, getting the recommended amount of daily exercise, and other emotional well-being strategies. With the current situation especially, the SHW Commission will provide the most timely and relevant information possible on issues affecting health and wellness and cater to the unique and diverse needs of students at this time.



– Promote healthy living with credible information on topics such as nutrition, fitness, stress management, diseases, alcohol/drug use, sexual health, social distancing, and mask use

– Host educational webinars and other online events each quarter centered around health and wellness

– Raise awareness about disabilities, both visible and invisible, and learn the best ways to support students wherever they are

– Do our best to ensure accessibility to healthcare resources that are available to all students (on campus and off campus) and share options, like USHIP and community health centers

– Collaborate with various campus organizations and other commissions to reach as many students as possible to better serve our campus