Health and wellness is a way of life.
Outreach programming offered by the Recreation and Wellness educates students, faculty, and staff on holistic well-being to foster a vibrant campus community, as well as to reduce harmful or unhealthy behaviors within the student population.
We empower students to:
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — three steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Those who complete this approximately one-hour training will learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.
Group training sessions are open to all faculty, staff, & students.
To sign up for one of these classes, contact jparro [at] stedwards.edu (subject: QPR%20Training%20Request) (Jenna Parro).
AlcoholEdu is an online alcohol prevention program used on 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, this program 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.
Enter the Registration Code edc53496 and click “I’m a Student” to create your account. When prompted, please enter your SEU student ID number to receive credit for completion.
Healthy Hilltopper Peer Health Educators are a select group of students trained in public health, health promotion, social marketing, environmental change, and strategy. The Peer Health Educators are 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.
Healthy Hilltopper Peer Health Educators facilitate events, workshops, and presentations. If you would like to request a Peer Health Educator led workshop, please contact jparro [at] stedwards.edu (subject: Peer%20Health%20Educator%20presentation) (Jenna Parro).
If you are interested in becoming a Peer Health Educator, online applications will be accepted starting February 28, 2018.
Workshops and presentations related to health and wellness topics are available to the campus community upon request.
If you would like to request a presentation for your class or student organization, please fill out the Presentation Request Form.