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Health Promotion Request Form


We are currently working on updating our menu of presentations and offerings! We apologize for any inconvenience, but please feel free to request an option listed below or contact us with any questions or suggestions. Thank you.

Health and Wellness Opportunities

General Health Promotion

"Think…" is a program designed to increase the overall well-being of the NDSU community through education session and skill building.

 Think…sleep

No time for sleep.  This season will share why sleep is important, benefits of good sleep and tips to use to improve your sleep.  Sleep kits will be given out while supplies last.

Program time- as requested for 20 minutes to 1 hour

reThink…that drink

During this talk we will explore what is alcohol, how it affects you and your performance.  Also, if you choice to drink how you can reduce your risk of negative side effects. (Harm Reduction)

Program time- as requested for 20 minutes to 1 hour

Think…cold and flu

No time to be sick, learn or be reminded of simple tips to stay healthy during the cold and flu season.  Cold and Flu kits will be given out while supplies last.

Program time- October to January 30 minutes 

 

Fitness

Fitness To Go:

For more information about fitness programs visit Fitness To Go! 

Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy

OneLoveTM Escalation Workshop

The Escalation Workshop is a film-based discussion highlighting the warning signs of relationship abuse. The workshop consists of a film Escalation, followed by a guided discussion about the warning signs of relationship abuse, how friends or bystanders can help if they see warning signs as well as campus and local resources.

Program time: 1.5 hours (minimum 1 hour)

We Take A Stand pt. 1

We Take a Stand is an interactive program focused on preventing violence on our campus. In the training students will learn how to recognize signs of sexual violence, dating violence and stalking, how you can safely intervene if you see a friend or classmate in a potentially unhealthy situation and both local and campus resources.

Program time: 1 hour

 

Nutrition

Nutrition Education 

A nutrition education presentation can be requested by any groups/organizations/courses on campus or affiliated with NDSU. Each presentation is one hour and can be in lecture form, activity or discussion based. Presented by the Dietitian from Student Health Services, the following topics can be discussed:

  • Diabetes
  • Eating behavior concerns
  • Food sensitivities
  • Healthful eating
  • High blood pressure
  • Weight management
  • Meal planning tips
  • Quick and easy recipes
  • Other dietary-related questions

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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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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