Health Promotion Events and Outreach
Health education services provided by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Student Health Center are listed below:
- Campus-wide events and campaigns
- Classroom presentations
- Presentations or guest speaking for student organizations
- Residence Life presentations
- Health information via social media, email, brochures, etc.
- Peer Health Advocate Program
Spring Into Health
Just like it’s important to eat right and exercise, it’s also important to keep our financial lives in check and work to improve them. If our money management is out of balance, our well-being can be too.
Mark your calendars for our Financial Fitness Workshop this Fall, co-sponsored by the UW Credit Union.
Stress & Money: The Impact of Debt
Monday, April 23 from 6:00 – 7:00pm in Sage 1214
Score High: Using Credit Wisely
Tuesday, February 20 from 6:00 – 7:00pm in Sage 1214
- Description: College is stressful, that’s why managing your finances shouldn’t be. In this program, get the tools and information you need to successfully manage your credit. Learn the correct steps to build your credit history, manage credit, and how to read your credit report.
Mobile Health Promotion
Keep an eye out for mobile Health Promotion programs in our new vehicle this year!
Fruit Fridays will occur a few times each semester and are weather pending. Stop by our vehicle on these days for FREE fresh fruit.
Healthy Breakfast Snack Stand
The Health Breakfast Snack Stand will make a few appearances throughout the year. Stop by the Titan Life Dome for healthy on-the-go breakfast snacks. Spring 2018 dates and locations are TBD.
Healthy Eating on a Budget
The Healthy Eating on a Budget Workshop will provide education and training on the following topics:
- Grocery shopping tips and tricks
- Weekly meal planning
- Developing skills to make budget-friendly food decisions
*Keep an eye out for registration emails this semester!
Classroom or Student Org Presentations
Presentations and workshops may cover a range of behavioral health topics, including:
- Sleep hygiene
- Sexual health and relationships
- Physical activity and exercise
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Stress/anxiety management
- Nutrition and meal planning
- Sexual assault and violence prevention
- Careers in health promotion and public health