Here you will find a list of programs available to all LU and LIT students. Your class, student organization, or group can request any of these programs. Please request a program at least two weeks in advance. At this time services are only available for on-campus, sanctioned groups, events and classes.

COVID-19 Note: The Health Education Department wants to continue to provide services while being mindful of the impact of COVID-19 and social distancing protocols. Most programs can be offered in a virtual format via Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Please select the virtual option when completing the Program Request form.

Alcohol & Other Drugs

Alcohol Bingo – Exciting BINGO game for any size group featuring important facts relating to alcohol.

The Facts "Served Straight Up" – A training program for students and student leaders to gain the skills and confidence to make responsible decisions concerning alcohol and to intervene with those who have misused alcohol. 

Drunk Goggles - This activity is a fun and interactive way to show students how alcohol affects visual and motor skills. 

Mental Health & Stress

Out of the Darkness Walk - A 1-mile walk around campus to raise awareness of suicide prevalence. Occurs annually in partnership with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Stress Relief Workshop – Students are taught skills to reduce stress in college during this workshop that culminates in a stress relieving exercise.

Emotional Intelligence Seminar  - This seminar focuses on emotional intelligence and self-concept. 

Nutrition & Wellness

Foods that Make You Smarter, Happier, and More Productive – Find out what foods can not only optimize your diet for the best nutrition, but also optimize your brain power.

Health Screenings – Want to know where your health stands? Features BMI, Hip-To-Waist Ratio, Blood Pressure, etc. 

Sexual Health & Relationships

Sex in an Envelope – Students learn the cost of what even one night of unprotected sex can be. Emphasizes the risks of unprotected sex through an activity and short presentation combination.

Relationships 101 - In this interactive presentation, student learn the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships. 

Behind the Post - This OneLove program focuses on the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship through the social media lens. Starts a conversation about separating social media illusion from reality. 

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Prevention

Denim Day - On the last Wednesday of April, everyone wears denim to raise awareness of sexual assault. More information about the origins of Denim Day here. This year, Denim Day will take place on April 26, 2023.

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - This is a high energy interactive way to bring awareness to sexual assault. Male-identifying individuals wear red heels (provided by LU Health Education - limited supply) in a short march around campus to raise awareness for the cause. This typically takes place during Student Activity Hour during the week. This year, WAMIHS will be on Tuesday, April 18, 2023 in the Setzer Student Center. 

OneLove Escalation Workshop - Escalation is a powerful, emotionally-engaging 90-minute film based workshop that educates about relationship violence and empowers students to work for change. Escalation illuminated the warning signs of an unhealthy and potentially dangerous relationship. 

Bringing in the Bystander - This prevention program emphasizes a bystander intervention approach and assumes everyone has a role to play in ending violence against women. This workshop can be done as a 90 min. program or 4.5 hour (or two-day) program.

LU Health Ed

Courtney Jackson, MPH
Assistant Director of Health Education
(409) 880-7865
Email Health Ed

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