Outreach programming is designed to educate students, faculty, and staff on mental health and wellness topics to foster a vibrant campus community, as well as reduce harmful or unhealthy behaviors within the student population.
We empower students to make informed, positive lifestyle choices; take responsibility for self-care; and achieve optimal levels of wellness in order to reach their full potential. Often in collaboration with other departments, student organizations, faculty, and/or staff, the Wellness & Outreach Services team provides a wide range of workshops, online resources, educational materials, and campus-wide events to foster wellness.
AlcoholEdu is an online alcohol prevention program used on more than 500 college and university campuses nationwide. The purpose of this course is to help you make healthy and safe decisions about alcohol while attending college. Whether or not you drink, AlcoholEdu empowers students to make well-informed choices and better cope with the drinking behavior of peers. The course aims to educate students about alcohol and its effects on the mind and body.
Hilltopper Peer Health Educators are a select group of trained students committed to working together as a team to educate their peers about issues related to health and wellness. Their goal is to positively impact the campus community by empowering students to lead healthy lifestyles.
Workshops and presentations related to psychological health/wellness topics, as well as a wide vareity of events promoting health and wellness, are available to the campus community.
A variety of brochures and handouts relating to mental and physical health are available in the Health & Counseling Center lobby (LBJ Hall) or by contacting the Outreach and Wellness Services Coordinator at email@example.com.
The information and links provided on this web site are for educational and informational purposes. Content of other web sites is reviewed to ensure accuracy, usefulness and appropriateness of the information. Some websites may contain content that is inconsistent with Catholic beliefs and teachings. Users of the information are urged to exercise good judgment and reasoning to recognize when consultation with a spiritual advisor or mental health practitioner would be beneficial. The information on websites is not a substitute for consultation or treatment provided by a psychologist, psychiatrist or other counseling professional.