Students and faculty at Glenville State College will have a chance to keep a closer eye on their health this semester.
The college is hosting monthly Wednesday Wellness Days.
Students, faculty, and staff can get screenings for blood pressure and Body Mass Index, among other things.
Nursing staff said it wants to be sure it does what it can to reduce obesity on the campus.
"You know, obesity is high in the state and we want to make sure that we get the weight down, the percentage of body fat down, keep blood pressure within normal range, give people the normal average blood pressure," said Glenville State Director of Health Services Ronda Williams.
Wednesday Wellness Days at Glenville State will end in May.