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ASU Wellness provides health education through online programs, presentations, information tables and special programs. All are designed to help ASU students lead healthy lives and reach their academic and personal goals.
Please submit your request two or more weeks before you would like us to provide education for your class or group. Once you submit your information you will receive an automated confirmation email and a member of our staff will contact you within 2 business days to confirm and coordinate your request. If you do not receive an email from us within 2 business days of your submitted request, please notify email@example.com.
If you would like to have a wellness information and resource table at your event, please complete and submit the ASU Wellness Information Table Request Form
If you would like to have ASU Wellness assist with a special program, provide educational materials, keep sign-in sheets for students to receive class credit or extra-credit for participating in health education, or donate wellness giveaways for your event or group, please complete and submit the ASU Wellness Special Request Form
Alcohol-Wise is an online course designed to engage college students in critical thinking about alcohol use, reduce risks associated with underage and high-risk drinking, and contribute to positive social norms. The course includes Alcohol E-Check Up to Go, developed by San Diego State University (also available on our website). Prevention of sexual violence is addressed. The course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete, including Part 2, which is a follow-up section that is taken 30-days following completion of Part 1. This course is recommended for all new first year students attending ASU.
This online interactive web survey allows college and university students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.
This online assessment and feedback tool is designed to reduce marijuana use among college students. The assessment takes about 10-15 minutes to complete, is self-guided and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.
The Wellsource® Personal Wellness Profile™ provides a thorough wellness-based health assessment where students can learn about their current health status, receive personalized wellness recommendations, and learn about resources at ASU to keep them living well. Students will complete an online health questionnaire and then receive the online Personal Wellness Profile™ Personal Report with Smart Exits Links to ASU resources.
Education sessions for classes include learning activities to be completed prior to the in-class session. Learning activities are designed to establish a foundation for interactive learning and discussion in the classroom. Education sessions are designed to enhance skills to navigate common situations that students may encounter. All class-based education sessions are evaluated as we strive for continuous program improvement.
Living Well at ASU
Students take the online Wellsource® Personal Wellness Profile™, followed by an interactive discussion on healthy living practices to maximize academic, personal and professional success. Tips for healthy eating, enhanced fitness, sleep, healthy relationships and time management are provided. This presentation is also available in an online delivery format.
Managing Stress in College
Students complete a brief stress assessment College Student's Stressful Events Skills Checklist, followed by a learning session that explores the stress response, common student stressors, how to manage stress and increase energy. Discussion includes ways to identify and help someone who is distressed and campus services students can use to feel better fast.
Time to Go Out!!
Time to Go Out!! pairs Alcohol-Wise, an online alcohol education and sexual assault prevention class, with an interactive presentation that challenges participants to examine how they and their peers respond in situations where alcohol is being consumed. Content includes the role of alcohol in consent, relationships and sex. The presentation emphasizes active bystander skill development and how to handle alcohol/drug medical emergencies. (Minimum Attendance: 12, Maximum Attendance 40)
Frisky Business combines a review of sexual health promotion and sexual violence prevention information from the A-List website with an interactive discussion that challenges participants to examine relationship skills. Discussion emphasizes ways to communicate boundaries, assumptions and needs, how to ask for and recognize consent and how to recognize and develop positive relationships. The presentation encourages using barriers for sexual protection and being tested for sexually transmitted infections.
Many students are unaware of the risk for sexual violence among college students nationally and lack understanding of the relationship between alcohol and sexual violence. Consent 101 pairs Alcohol-Wise, an online alcohol education and sexual assault prevention class, with an interactive presentation that challenges participants to take action to prevent sexual violence from happening as an individual, as a friend and as a community member. Discussion includes strategies to prevent sexual violence as well as what to do if they or a friend experience sexual violence.
Campus Care: Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention|
Participants will explore the Half of Us website in preparation for this educational session. Campus Care is designed to enhance understanding of risk and protective factors of distress and how participants can take action to influence student mental wellness. Discussion includes ways to identify and help someone who is distressed or suicidal and to make a referral to ASU services that can help students who need support or are experiencing a crisis.
The presentations for classes in the previous section can be adapted for student leader groups, student employee groups and ASU staff. Please submit a presentation request according to the instructions above and specify the nature of your group. An ASU Wellness educator or peer educator will assist you in developing a program well-suited to your group.
Online education recommended for these groups include:
The presentations listed above can be adapted for groups outside the classroom. Additional interactive learning sessions have been designed for informal settings by students, for students. You can request a session to be facilitated by trained peer educators or you can choose to facilitate the session. If you choose to facilitate the session, we ask that you schedule a one-hour consultation with a peer educator to discuss facilitation guidelines. Please submit a presentation request according to the instructions above and specify the nature of your group. An ASU Wellness educator or peer educator will assist you in developing a program well-suited to your group.
Presentations facilitated by Devils in the Bedroom trained peer educators:
This is a fun and interactive program that aims to educate students about sexual health in a judgment-free manner. Easy to facilitate, Sex Jeopardy covers a wide range of basic sexual health topics including proper barrier use, sexually transmitted infections, how to ask for consent and healthy communication practices.
The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, in collaboration with ASU Wellness, is offering a peer-led workshop about transitions college students face.
Students will participate in activities such as designing apps to help their peers, mapping out their personal strengths and making recommendations about how to improve the health and well-being of their community. This creative, hands-on workshop can be customized for different student groups (freshmen adapting to college life, veterans adapting to civilian life, international students adapting to a new country, etc.) Student participation will contribute to an ASU/Mayo Clinic collaboration to improve the health and wellness of students at ASU. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.