The Student Advocates for Wellness and the assistant director of alcohol and other drug education and health promotion are always available to deliver fun, interactive health and wellness programs and workshops in the residence halls, academic classrooms, or to any audience on campus.
Please see a list of programs below.
If you are interested in a topic that is not listed, contact us! We are happy to customize a program to meet your needs.
Let’s Talk About Sex
This program is designed to help students make educated decisions about sexual activity. Students will participate in activities to educate them about the risks that come with sexual activity, sexually transmitted infections, and contraception options. Students will learn about barrier methods of protection. The goal is to reduce the stigma around talking about sex and the components of healthy sexuality.
This program is designed to help students better understand and manage their stress. Participants will identify major stressors, discuss the beneficial role of stress in their lives, identify healthy stress management techniques, and participate in fun stress relief activities.
This program is designed to help students learn basic information about alcohol and make smarter decisions if they choose to drink. Through interactive activities, participants will learn about how alcohol affects the body, how they can drink in a safer manner, and how they can assist peers.
This program is designed to expand students' knowledge of healthy sexuality by introducing multiple forms of sexual expression. This program is designed to be especially inclusive of the LGBTQ+ population and also encourages self-pleasure. Students will participate in activities designed to educate them about the risks that come with sexual activity, and will learn about different types of sex toys and how to use and care for them appropriately.
Request a Program
Requesting a program is easy! Please email the Student Advocates for Wellness at email@example.com with your request. Please include the following in your email.
- Program requested
- Preferred date
- Your contact information
All requests must be made at least two weeks in advance. Request made without two weeks’ notice may be asked to reschedule.