Health Promotion Student Programs

To schedule a program please contact the Graduate Assistant for Health Promotion fill out our webform here.

Drink, Drank, Flunk

This program provides students with factual information about how alcohol and other substances can affect their lives. It helps to bring awareness to the important issues surrounding alcohol and promote safe and responsible behaviors.  Minimum 10 participants.

ACT Fast: Bystander Intervention

In 2004, a young college woman was left to die after an evening of heavy drinking. Learn how to ACT fast and help your friends avoid dangerous situations. Minimum 20 participants. 

Taste the Rainbow 

Look at your plate. Is everything one color? If it is, you may be missing out on vital nutrients to help your body thrive. Learn how to eat a balanced diet, fuel your body, and add some color to your diet! Minimum 10 participants. 

From ZZZs to As

College students are one of the most sleep deprived population in the U.S. Learn how to get a more restful nights sleep and cut back on the caffeine. Minimum 10 participants. 

Love, Like, or Take a Hike!

Our healthy relationship program outlines the positive and negative behaviors associated with dating relationships, friendships, and work relationships by sharing the most recent, up-to-date research about college relationships. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and share stories. Min 10 participants.
 

Can't Stress This Enough

3 Exams, 2 Papers and a Class Project: I’M STRESSED! is a great program to schedule mid-semester or shortly before final exams. Peer educators explain the physiology and causes of stress and share healthy ways to handle it. Participants will actively deal with their stress during the program. Min 10 participants.
 

Mirror, Mirror

Today’s image of self can be misconstrued and influenced by  social and unrealistic expectations.  Escape from these pressures and focus on positive self affirmations and body image with “Do you see what I See?” Min 10 participants.
 

Working for Wellbeing

Healthy Lifestyles is a catch all program that defines the 8 dimensions of wellness: physical, mental, social, intellectual, spiritual, career, environmental, and financial. Healthy Lifestyles will give the audience the information and resources needed to adopt new behaviors and a healthier lifestyle. Min 10 participants.
 

Puff, Huff and Cuffs

Drugs 101 talks about classifications of various illegal drugs and how the interact with our bodies. Peer Educators present student with the truths about the physical effects of drug abuse. Min 10 participants.
 

Big Bucks, Big Dreams

Today's college students leave with an average student loan debt of over $50,000 after only four years!  Learn how to manage your finances during college to minimize your responsibility to creditors and how to get by on that less-than-expected pay check upon graduation. Min 10 participants.
 

Safe is Sexy

Consent, condoms, and contraceptives. Our Safe is Sexy program discusses safer sex practices, consent, and how to communicate with your partner in sexual situations. This program reveals all the dirty little secrets about a healthy sex life. Min 10 participants.
 

Sex and Chocolate

What do you really know about sex? If you are like most college students you know the good, the bad and the ugly; the truth and the myths. Our Sex and Chocolate program is an interactive program that is tailored to fit the needs of your students. Our sex educators explain safe sex practices, fact-check the lies about sex and share common experiences of college students. This program is an open and honest discussion about sex and allows students to get answers to their burning questions in a nonjudgemental, evidence-based manner. Min10 participants.

Smartees: Study Smart, Not Hard 

Are you studying for hours, and still not getting the grades you want? Let Health Promotion Peer Educators teach you some tricks to get the most out of your study time. Minimum 10 Participants. 

Let Me Take A Selfie

Are all those selfies on Instagram setting you up for career success? Now more than ever, employers take the time to search social media before hiring new people. This program touches on basics of social-media presence, resume writing, and the keys to interview success! Minimum 10 Participants. 

Paint the Town Green 

Are those water bottles filling up your trash cans? As the population grows, the Earth is running low on resources. What are you doing to reduce your carbon footprint and saving the environment for future generations? Minimum 10 Participants. 

The Breakfast Club

"You see us as you want to see us—in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain...and an athlete...and a basket case...a princess...and a criminal."  The 80s cult classic "The Breakfast Club" tackled stereotypes in a way that still impacts us today. In an increasingly judgmental and angry time, join the Peer Educators as they discuss the dangers of judgments. Minimum 10 participants.  

Fill Up Your Cup 

Do you wake up everyday knowing that you are going to make a difference in the world? Are you satisfied with your day to day? In this program, Peer Educators teach you how to get the most out of life! Minimum 10 Participants. 

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