The Office of Health, Alcohol, and Drug Education's mission is to help students succeed academically through the promotion of healthier lifestyles. As part of our mission, a strong outreach/consultation component is oriented towards prevention, student development, and wellness to promote academic achievement.
Below is a list of our outreach programs available for request. If you'd like to request a presentation, you can fill out our form to request a program or contact the Health Educator. Please note we required at least two (2) weeks notice for programs to allow for adequate staffing.
If you would like more information about our programs or if you need help in choosing a program, we can help you pick a program that best suits your group's needs. If you do not see a program listed that you are interested in having presented or would like a customized program, please contact the Health Educator. For customized programs, we required at least three (3) weeks notice to create and staff the program.
Health & Wellness
Eat Healthier BSU
Students will learn the basics of nutrition and how to eat better on a college campus. This program can be tailored for groups who reside in residence halls or those who live off-campus. Fast, easy meals on a budget; healthy snacks; and cooking for 1 or 2 can be highlighted.
Eat This, Not That
Students will learn the basics of nutrition while being able to identify healthier choice options on- and off-campus. This interactive presentation allows nutrition and food myths to be dispelled.
What’s Going On Down There?
In this presentation, students are encouraged to learn more about their bodies and to feel more empowered. The program presents information on the anatomy of the reproductive system while engaging the participants in learning more about preventative healthcare, PAP tests (smears) and pelvic exams, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and contraception in an inclusive and non-threatening atmosphere.
Check Those Testes
In this presentation, students are encouraged to learn more about their bodies and feel more empowered. This program covers preventive healthcare, testicular self-exams and genital exams, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and disease prevention in an inclusive and non-threatening atmosphere.
Good Night, Sleep Tight
This interactive program utilizes a sleep hygiene goody box to teach students about behaviors and practices that can either help or hinder a good night’s sleep. Students will leave the program with ideas on how to improve their nighttime sleep and daytime alertness.
Spin the Bottle
This fun and interactive game puts a new spin on alcohol education. Using a game wheel, users land on various consequences of alcohol abuse including violence, depression, and drinking and driving.
Created by the University of Arizona, this interactive, game-based program alcohol awareness and harm reduction practices as well as allows students to have a dialogue surrounding alcohol use and consumption.
Beat the Buzz
In this game show presentation, students use real game buzzers to answer trivia questions about alcohol prevention. Students will learn about the effects of alcohol on the body, unintended and intended consequences, and methods of harm-reduction to prevent unintended consequences.
Healthy Sexuality and Relationships
Sex in the Dark
In this interactive presentation, students submit anonymous sexual health questions that are answered in a non-judgmental and non-threatening atmosphere. This presentation is done in the dark to give students more privacy in asking sexual health questions. Students can also submit questions prior to the presentation.
Sexual Health Treasure Chest
This sexual health program covers sexually transmitted infections, sexual behaviors, and contraception in an interactive presentation. It uses the results of BSU’s most recent American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment to look at BSU students’ behaviors and attitudes related to their sexual health.
These Boots Were Made for Knocking
In this interactive presentation that engages students through a number of activities that allows students to learn about different methods of contraception to prevent unintended pregnancy. Students will also learn the correct steps in using barrier methods to prevent pregnancy (i.e external (male) condom and internal (female) condom) while also learning about the importance of communication and the role communication has on consent.
Consent & Cookies
Created by Yana Tallon-Hicks, this interactive program is a confidence-building workshop to help students learn and practice active consent skills through a fun cookie decorating activity. Materials need for the cookie activity is the responsibility of the requester. If you have trouble in purchasing the materials please notify the Health Educator.
This 90-minute workshop, created by the One Love Foundation, addresses relationship abuse through viewing a 45-minute film followed by a 45-minute facilitated discussion. Students will learn how to recognize the warning signs of relationship abuse, understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships, and how to safely intervene to help.