Students will be able to analyze recent research relating brain-based learning and healthy lifestyle choices in order to optimize student learning and academic performance. WITC is a system of linking engagement in healthy habits to assignments in academic classes to encourage engagement in healthy habits. Students are assigned articles to read followed by class discussion on setting SMART goals in one of five areas; exercise, nutrition, sleep, resiliency, or substance abuse. Students then set goals and track completion over a period of weeks. Knowledge assessment varies with the course and includes informative speeches, reflections and research papers. Evaluation of SMART Goals provides further outcome assessment. Goal adherence will be tracked in a spreadsheet linked to each class section. Pre and post survey data indicate whether behavior changed or was reinforced. A wrap up survey and class discussion provide subjective feedback. Retention within the semester and final course grade will be correlated with goal achievement. A profile of a healthy successful student may be developed.