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Health Promotion Request Form

Browse through our list of offerings and presentation topics and request when and where you want your wellness to be! Partnering with a variety of campus programs, we aim to offer an extensive menu of options for you to choose from. Whether it be an event for your residence hall, a Fraternity or Sorority Life gathering, student organization, or classroom presentation, we hope to have something to meet your health and wellness needs.

Health and Wellness Opportunities

Substance Abuse Prevention

Stress, Substance Misuse, & Wellness

Stress is incredibly complex and we all experience it! Learn about the different kinds of stress, understand the relationship between stress and your overall well-being, and find ways to best cope and manage that stress in a safe, healthy, and low-risk way. (50 minutes)

Before One More: Alcohol and Your Group

This session is intended to give your group feedback on the opinions of your members about alcohol and other drug use and how it impacts group cohesion, the image of your group, and the desirable/undesirable role alcohol plays for group members. All members will complete a survey prior to the session which will be used to help guide the group discussion. The survey results are not shared with any other administrators, faculty, staff or students who are not a member of your organization. This presentation has been very helpful for a variety of NDSU groups and leads to plenty of open discussion. (60 minutes)

  • A list containing the e-mails of all attendees must be provided at least two weeks in advance, which is used to distribute the survey.



Alcohol and Marijuana Session:

Participants will learn about the effects of high risk alcohol and marijuana use and how to take steps to promote an environment of safe and responsible attitudes toward these substances at NDSU.  These sessions are open to all NDSU students, staff, and faculty.

Marijuana Session:

Participants will learn about the basics of marijuana, use rates at NDSU and nationally, and how to challenge myths and assist those struggling with use.  These sessions are open to all NDSU students, staff, and faculty.  Participants do not need to have previously attended the LIVE REAL Mentor Basics program.

Overdose Prevention and Intervention Session:

Participants will learn signs that an individual has overdosed on a substance, how to intervene in a medical emergency involving an overdose, and how to prevent overdoses from occurring. These sessions are open to all NDSU students, staff, and faculty

“Drunkorexia” Session:

Participants will learn about what Drunkorexia is, the short term and long term effects of it, and how to prevent it by leading a healthy and active lifestyle. These sessions are open to all NDSU students, staff, and faculty.






GroupFIT 2 Go:

Let us bring the workout to you! All classes/offerings are 45 minutes in length. A sound system (including CD, auxiliary input, and headset microphone) are required and must be provided.  All classes are $50. *15 yoga mats will be provided for yoga formats. 

Beginner Yoga
This class is an introduction to basic yoga posture practice. It coordinates movement, breathing, core lift and contemplative mindfulness practice. This slow, gentle class creates spacious freedom in body, mind and spirit. Enjoy the release of stiffness, while you work towards strengthening your muscles combined with breathing to revive energy and release stress.

This class is professional dance for everyday people! This isn't one of those dance-lite workouts where you just shuffle your feet to the beat. Created by Shaun T, world famous choreographer and fitness trainer, CIZE LIVE breaks down professionally choreographed routines, step-by-step. Before you know it, you'll be bustin' out hip moves to the hottest music around. It’s so fun, you’ll forget you’re working out!

This high-intensity interval training will get you to sweat! With a variety of cardio and muscle strengthening moves, INSANITY will get your heart rate up. INSANITY works every muscle group in the body, along with an incorporation of conditioning exercises.

Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo…PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.

Unwind & Flow Yoga
The first half of class is a flow, warming the body just enough to prepare for a restorative second half of class, where you will use props and your own body weight to hold deep, relaxing poses for extended periods of time. You will feel like you just received a massage!

XABeat is a dance fitness class that uses popular music to provide high-intensity cardio and toning in a party-like atmosphere. Routines are simple and easy to follow!

Ditch the workout and join the party! This class fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a kind fitness program that will get you moving! Get long-term benefits while having an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, and awe-inspiring movements.

General Health and Wellness

7 Dimensions of Wellness

Wellness is about more than just diet, exercise, and physical health. Understanding the different dimensions can be tremendously helpful in improving your own wellness! Here is your opportunity to learn more! (45 minutes)

All about Student Health Service

Want to know more about Student Health Service and all the great services the department provides? Then this presentation is for you! We will provide an overview of all the different areas within Student Health Service and share information related to our staff, Pharmacy, Lab, X-ray, Health Promotion, and more. Great for staff or student meetings. (30 minutes)

Health and Wellness Jeopardy

Think you know all there is to know about being well? Try your hand at a game of Health and Wellness Jeopardy! Great to play in the Residence Halls, in your Fraternity or Sorority, or just with a group of friends! (45 minutes)



What is "Healthier Eating"?

Whether you're filling your plate at the dining center, choosing an item off of a restaurant menu, or navigating through the grocery store, making positive nutrition choices can be tough! The prevalence of "quick fixes" and " fad diets" in popular media sure doesn't help! What better way to expand your nutrition knowledge than a fun game of jeopardy?! (45 minutes)

The Body Project

BeYOUtiful Presentation

This presentation is titled BeYOUtiful, with emphasis on YOU, because we want to highlight and celebrate the fact that each and every one of us are different and beautiful in our own unique way! Presented by the Body Project Peer Leaders, topics such as body image, appearance ideal, and fat talk will be introduced along with information about the Body Project Workshop and how to get involved! (50 minutes)

Request a Body Project Workshop 

The Body Project is designed to help college-age women resist cultural pressures to conform to the thin-ideal standard of female beauty and reduce their pursuit of unhealthy thinness. The Body Project is supported by more research than any other body image program and has been found to reduce appearance ideal internalization, body dissatisfaction, negative mood, unhealthy dieting, and eating disorder symptoms. 

Body Project workshop details:

  • Led by trained peer facilitators
  • Conducted in a small group setting (minimum of 7 and maximum of 12 students needed for workshop, not including peer leaders) 
  • Two 2-hour sessions (4 hours total) scheduled 1 week apart. (Student groups are asked to register only if all participants are able to attend both 2-hour sessions)
  • The Body Project is designed for individuals who identify as women; however, everyone is welcome to participate.

You will be contacted with further details upon completion of the Health Promotion Request Form. 

Visit the Body Project website to register for an already scheduled workshop and learn more about the program.

Don't see what you are looking for? Request a presentation or collaborative effort not already listed and we will do our best to accommodate. 

Health Promotion Request Form

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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7331/ Fax: (701) 231-6132
Campus address: Wallman Wellness Center 102
Physical/delivery address: 18th Street and Centennial Blvd., Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2842 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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