Professional staff, including health educator/victim services advocate, health promotion coordinator, substance abuse specialist, and fitness/recreation specialists are available to give presentations to academic classes on a wide range of health and wellness related topics.
Programming in the Resource Lab
Faculty are invited to visit the Wellness Resource Lab to see the resources available for use in the lab and in your classes. Special programming can also be arranged for small groups within the lab.
Internship, Practicum, and Volunteer Experiences for Students
Opportunities for student career experiences are continually expanding, not only in areas of health and recreation, but also marketing, public relations, student affairs and computer sciences.
Contact Joan Thompson to discuss ways RS can meet the specific needs of your students or class at (319) 273-2137.