The Office of Health Education & Promotion (OHEP) provides a variety of programs and services to enhance and support student well-being.
OHEP offers a variety of workshops on wellness topics such as nutrition, alcohol safety, safer sex/STI prevention, stress management and resiliency. These programs can be requested by residential halls, student organizations, or classrooms.
OHEP provides the sanctioned education programs for substance-related violations involving alcohol (PEAR 1 & PEAR 2) and cannabis (PACE 1 & PACE 2).
All incoming students are required to complete online educational modules from Vector Solutions: AlcoholEdu for College, Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Modules may also be assigned to a student if they are sanctioned to complete a module by Student Conduct, or if an organization or office assigns a module for training or education purposes.
The Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) provides support for students who are in recovery from substance use. The CRP focuses on connecting students to resources and providing support to enhance overall well-being, academic achievement and personal goals. (Please note: The CRP is not a clinical treatment program.)