Health & Wellness Promotion

Health & Wellness Promotion at Winona State University's Health & Wellness Services coordinates a wide range of educational and outreach activities to promote the health and well-being of WSU & Southeast Tech students, including educational sessions, workshops, volunteer and internship opportunities, and consultation and training.

 

2015 Orientation Volunteer Opportunity

Health & Wellness Services is looking for 60 volunteer facilitators for Orientation Week 2015. 

Volunteers will facilitate two (2) one-hour sessions during New Student Orientation on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. The sessions will cover alcohol and other drug education and gender-based violence bystander education. Training and presentation materials will be provided to each facilitator. All facilitators will receive a certificate of participation and thanks.

To volunteer, please fill out this Google form.

For more information contact: Gretchen Otto, Alcohol & Other Drug Education GA at healthpromotionga2@winona.edu.

 

Education Programs 

Wellness Wednesdays 

Wellness Wednesdays are modeled by a nation-wide campaign from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health's Healthy Mondays. Programs are co-sponsored by Health & Wellness Services and Counseling & Wellness Services. All programs focus on increasing awareness, empowerment and action within WSU's 7 Dimensions of Wellness. Students from WSU and Southeast Technical College are encouraged to attend. All programs are held in the Integrated Wellness Complex Room 138 on Wednesdays at 3pm.

If you have any questions about this program, please contact Health Promotion at healthpromotion@winona.edu

Download the current schedule (PDF) for Wellness Wednesdays.

Order-In Programs

The Health Promotion Order-In Programs are coordinated and conducted by a team expert faculty, staff and/or student leaders from the areas of Health, Counseling & Wellness Services. Order In Programs are a great easy way to present important health topics to your organization, club or living community. These are not your run of the mill programs like lectures, but instead are face paced interactive presentations on a wide variety of health topics focusing on prevention, awareness and skill building to help each participant reach their highest potential wellness.