Education, Workshops, and Presentations

SDSU Well-being & Health Promotion offers 3 categories of student health education:

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1. One-on-one education

One-on-one education sessions are confidential and in a private setting and last approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour. These sessions generally focus on topics in the areas of healthcare, nutrition, sexual health, contraception, and gynecological health. You can request a session on a topic or question of your choice.

2. Health Education: Group Workshops

The Department of Well-being & Health Promotion offers regularly scheduled health education group workshops in different locations throughout the campus. Workshops provide education in a small group setting and are led by health educators or peer health educators. Workshops are generally 1 hour long and are offered  on a drop-in basis. Check the Well-being & Health Promotion calendar for the current schedule.

3. Presentations for student groups

Student groups are encouraged to request presentations which are facilitated by health educators, social workers, or peer health educators. We offer standard student group presentations on a variety of topics, and we will also work with you to create a specialized presentation to meet the needs of your community.  Presentations are generally 50 to 90 minutes in length.

Student presentations focus on a variety of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Bystander intervention: Making your community safer
  • Health and wellness resources at SDSU: What do you get with your tuition?
  • Health Literacy: On-campus and off-campus resources on healthcare
  • Mobi! The Mobile Demonstration Kitchen
  • Nutrition and healthy eating on and off campus
  • Sexual health
  • Sexual violence awareness, prevention, intervention; dating violence; healthy relationships; FratMANers/SISSTER
  • Sleep strategies

Bulletin Boards in a Box

A library of pre-made bulletin boards, with accurate and up-to-date health and wellness information. A valuable resource for all Residence Hall Advisors. Stop by the office during regular business hours to check one out. Contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Offering a variety of topics including but not limited to:

  • Check Out Calpulli
  • Eating Healthy on Campus
  • Got Consent?
  • Meal Plan
  • Hydration
  • Mindful Eating
  • Boost Your Metabolism
  • Protein Use
  • Conquering Your Cravings
  • RADD Drunk Driving Prevention
  • Alcohol Poisoning
  • Flu & the Common Cold
  • Sugar Substitutes
  • Residence Hall Workouts
  • Roommate Conflict

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