UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS
Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Did you know that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)?
The Center for Wellness Promotion is hosting weekly events to bring awareness to sexual assault.
Letters of Support for Survivors - We are asking for the campus community to submit letters of support for survivors from April 1-16th. Your letter will be showcased at the virtual Take Back the Night Event on Thursday, April 22nd, from 7-8pm. Click here to read the guidelines and submit your letter of support.
Consent & Sexual Communication Program – Click here to attend this event
Hyper-Sexed: Sexuality & Trauma Program – Register here to attend this event
Take Back the Night – Register here to attend this event
Green Dot Program
The mission of the Center for Wellness Promotion is to educate and empower students in establishing and maintaining healthier behaviors. We do this through workshops and events, campus-wide wellness promotion initiatives, and individual consultations on issues that affect students’ health, well-being, and safety, including alcohol and other drug use and recovery, sexual health, sexual assault and relationship violence, and a variety of other wellness topics. Please browse our menu for detailed information about the programs, services, and resources offered by the Center.
The Center for Wellness Promotion stands in solidarity with the Black community and ongoing movement that calls attention to racism and the health disparities among the community. Health inequities and social injustice are significant public health issues that disproportionately impact access to optimal wellness among Black communities and communities of color. In an effort to deepen our cultural humility, we are committeed to reexamining our policies, engaging in diversity training and education, and developing culturally appropriate programming for minority identities as we strive to serve our diverse body of students. Campus resources for students include the Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement (IEE), Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), and the Office of Academic Diversity and Inclusion.