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Accepting Applications for Peer Educators

Do you want to play a role in improving the overall health and well-being of your fellow NDSU students? The Health Promotion Team of Student Health Service is seeking peer educators for the 2022-23 academic year! All students (undergraduate and graduate) from any program are encouraged to apply. In addition to positively impacting your fellow NDSU students, joining either of our 2 peer education groups will allow you to gain knowledge, develop leadership and critical thinking skills, expand your professional network, gain experience in program planning, and build your resume.

To apply or learn more about this opportunity, CLICK HERE

Questions? Email emily.hegg@ndsu.edu 

Upcoming

On-Going

Junk Mail

Funded by a grant from the North Dakota Department of Health's HIV-STD-TB Viral Hepatitis Program, Junk Mail is a service that delivers safer sex materials to NDSU students living on- and off-campus. The program is on a break for the summer and will return August 22nd!

Questions? Email ndsu.healthpromotion@ndsu.edu 

Flow on the Go

NDSU Students are able to get free menstrual hygiene products! 

Menstruation is basic biology. Being able to provide menstrual products to all North Dakota State University students to contribute to their overall health and well-being was the motivating factor behind Flow on the Go. This hygiene program also aims to increase inclusion and equity across campus while educating about genital hygiene and further discussing the various products for your flow. The program is on a break for the summer and will return August 22nd!

Questions? Email ndsu.healthpromotion@ndsu.edu

Past

NDSU Going Green: Canvas Tote Painting

When and Where: Monday, April 25th from 11:00am to 2:00pm at Churchill Field.

Event Description: Hosted by NDSU Health Promotion and the Campus Well-being Educators, the first 100 will receive a FREE tote to color, paint, or tie-dye. If you’d like to bring an item of your own to, you are welcome to do so (1 item per person, while supplies last).

Sextival

When and Where:
Thursday, April 21st from 10:00am to 4:00pm (No Appointments Needed!) at Student Health Service, Center 102, Wallman Wellness Center. 

Event Description:
The Student Health Service in collaboration with the North Dakota Department of Health are offering a Free STI Testing Event to NDSU Students. The event will also provide students with education and awareness about safe sex practices, consent, alcohol use, and other health related resources.

Questions? Email ndsu.studenthealthservice@ndsu.edu or call 701-231-7331

Craft Night: Self-care Tote Bags

When and Where:
Wednesday, April 13th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in Thundar's Den (Memorial Union basement)

Event Description:
Participants will receive a tote bag to decorate before filling it with information about self-care and resources. Participation is limited to 100 and all participants will need to reserve their spot here

Questions? Email megan.talcott@ndsu.edu 


**Funded by NDSU Student Government

Take Back the Night

When and Where:
Wednesday April 6th in the NDSU Memorial Union Ballroom
Doors open at 5:30 pm - participants will have time to visit tables from local and campus groups and make signs for the march.
Event begins at 6:15 pm-following the march participants are encouraged to come back to the ballroom for the open mic portion of the event.

Event Description:
Join us as we support survivors on campus and in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Participants can come early to learn about local organizations involved in supporting survivors, visit tables, participate in sign making and Denim Day activities, and learn what you can do to prevent violence.  Immediately following the march we will have an open mic time for survivors to share their stories.
This year we are also selling Take Back the Night t-shirts with proceeds benefiting Rape and Abuse Crisis Center. You can order your t-shirt by March 30th. All items will be delivered to your homehttps://www.bonfire.com/take-back-the-night-2022/

Hosted by the NDSU Violence Prevention Educators and Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy

Questions? Email megan.talcott@ndsu.edu 

STEP into Well-being

The Campus Well-being Educators are hosting a physical activity challenge from April 4th through April 8th! 

Details and Requirements:

  • Follow @NDSU_SHS on Instagram and/or Facebook.
  • Get 8,000 steps in a single day between April 4th & 8th.
  • Only one entry per day and up to five entries total.
  • Tag us on Instagram or Facebook stories or send a photo of you completing your steps to be entered.
  • When you tag us on April 6th, National Walking Day, you get TWO entries!

We will draw two winners (movie tickets) and announce on April 11th!

Questions? Email logan.pitts@ndsu.edu

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