Health Promotion & Prevention Education

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Order FREE Safer Sex Supplies

Looking for safer-sex supplies, including latex-free items? Order supplies from us, and we will discretely bag them up, and then we’ll send you a text when they’re ready for pickup at the Condom Corner in Seymour Union B124.


Order FREE Menstrual Products

We know that more than 33% of our students experience period poverty, and choosing between menstrual products and other essentials should not be a choice anyone needs to make. Order tampons, pads, and/or menstrual cups any time you’re in need!

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An EagleCHECK is an intentional decision that an individual or group makes to intervene in a situation that has the potential to be risky, dangerous, harmful, hurtful, unhealthy or an emergency.

Party Smart

Party Smart exists to educate students about how drugs and alcohol can pose a serious threat to the health and well-being of the members of our community.

We strive to make health contagious. Evidence and theory-based practices are used to assist students in developing and maintaining healthy behaviors, skills, and attitudes that enhance personal development, academic success, and campus/community well-being.

Health Promotion & Prevention Education staff support this mission by:

  • Assessing student health and development needs and addressing them appropriately
  • Encouraging student responsibility for individual and community well-being
  • Engaging actively with student leaders and organizations
  • Facilitating individual and group education and skill building sessions
  • Providing opportunities for leadership, advocacy, and development
  • Creating a health-promoting normative environment
  • Developing and maintaining campus/community coalitions and collaborative relationships