California State University of San Diego wellness center is $2M more than originally budgeted

A California State university is facing a backlash after the university spent $2 million to expand its wellness center.

In a letter to the university’s president, the group Students for a Better San Diego (SBSD) claims the expansion is not only an expansion of a wellness center that already opened but a “major step forward” in efforts to increase health and wellness in the university community.

SBSP also says the new location, located on campus, is more spacious and is equipped with a fitness center, gym, and an area dedicated to yoga and meditation.

Students for a better san dede says the $2.2 million expansion will allow students to have access to a full-service fitness center that can accommodate up to 200 people and offer yoga, meditation, acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, and acupuncture classes.

The expansion also includes an indoor fitness center where students can work out and be active while maintaining their health.

It will also provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the different types of wellness products and products that are offered at the university.

But some students are not so happy.

“I am extremely upset,” one student said in a video posted on the university website.

“We had the opportunity to be in the same room as the health and well-being center.

Now it will not be the same.”

The letter says the university is also looking at ways to better serve its students, and that it will work with SBSD to do that.

“We will be working to make sure that students have access as quickly as possible to the wellness center,” SBSP said in the letter.

“As the largest community college in the state, the university will take all steps to ensure that students are afforded the best health care possible and to provide all students with the information they need to make informed health decisions.”

Students for the Better San Dede, the student group that filed the lawsuit against the university, also noted that the school is not the only school that has recently expanded its wellness centers.

Several other California colleges have expanded wellness centers in recent years.

According to SBS, a University of California-Davis wellness center opened in May and will offer a range of programs and resources, including yoga and massage.