Sexual Health • Alcohol • Drug • Education
Friday, August 23 | Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Metered Parking Lot | 7-10PM
Step right up for a chance to win over $500 worth of prizes at the UNI Now! inaugural S•H•A•D•E Carnival. There will be games, sweet treats, and an inflatable bungee run! Contact Shawna Haislet, Health Promotion Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
“Be a Voice, Make a Change” is the slogan of the University of Northern Iowa’s Student Health Advisory Committee. Affectionately known as “SHAC”, the Student Health Advisory Committee brings passionate students together to serve the UNI population through advocating for student health needs. This fall, SHAC is launching an effort to grow its numbers, and we want YOU to consider being involved. You might want to take part in this special group because of its commitment to promoting healthy behaviors and its opportunity for leadership development. Apply online today using this Google Form: SHAC Application for Fall 2019 Executive Leadership Positions.
Student Wellness Services developed an alcohol and other drug social norms campaign based on data from the Spring 2017 UNI National College Health Assessment. The data shows that many UNI Students greatly overestimate the amount of high-risk drinking or drug use that occurs at UNI. Contrary to this belief, our data shows that many UNI students are making responsible and healthy choices related to alcohol and other drugs. We are seeking to provide students with an accurate picture of alcohol and other drug use on campus in effort to influence healthy behaviors and reduce substance abuse at UNI. For questions or to learn more about the campaign, email email@example.com.
Wellness coaching is a free service available to UNI students that provides opportunities to explore personal strengths and apply them to goals. It takes an appreciative approach to creating the life you want by focusing on possibilities and options. Coaching sessions focus on strengths and opportunities, building on what's working in life.