The Health Education department offers presentations on a variety of health topics pertinent to college students.
To schedule a presentation in your class or with a student club or organization, please contact the Health Education and Promotion department by FILLING OUT THE PRESENTATION REQUEST FORM.
1. Smart Eats
[Topic: Nutrition Basics]
College students are always on the go, and eating healthy is sometimes the last priority on their lists. This presentation will educate about the basic components of a healthy diet, review proper portion control, and provide helpful tips for making and choosing healthy options when eating out or on the run.
[Topic: Alcohol Awareness]
Is there such a thing as Responsible Drinking? Sure there is! Learn how alcohol affects your body and ability to make decisions, the warning signs of problem drinking, symptoms of alcohol poisoning and the differences in effects of alcohol on males and females.
3. K.I.S.S (Keep It Safer and Smarter)
[Topic: Sexual Responsibility]
Discussing the importance of sexual responsibility may be difficult for some individuals; however, this presentation offers an educational perspective of Sexually Transmitted Diseases or Infections, prevention and abstinence. With a little bit of humor and a lot of information, this presentation makes for an educational and socially relevant experience.
4. Seven Dimensions of Health
[Topic: General Health & Wellness]
Great health means taking care of every aspect in your life including your relationships, your extra curricular activities, your workload, your nutrition and the stressors that are present. This workshop will emphasize the relationship between the physiological, mental and social aspects in your life.
5. Stress Management 101
[Topic: Stress Management]
In this presentation, you will learn about what stress is, what it can do to you if it is left unchecked, and how you can manage it more effectively in your everyday life. You will learn more about the everyday causes that may trigger stress in your life, coping with these stressors and the different resources that are available, on campus, to help with stress management.