Healthy Campus Initiatives: Healthy Body

Current Initiatives

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Weekly Events -

SASS - Stress and Anxiety Student Support

Mondays at 2p in the Wellness Center Training Room

This weekly group is for any students who feel stressed or anxious about college. Come meet new friends and learn how to cope with the stresses of college by activities such as meditation and coloring!

Fridays, 11a-12p, Wellness Center Training Room

This weekly group is for new students at Rowan....whether you're a transfer, a freshman, or just looking to make some new choices in your life. Chat with Healthy Campus and student leaders to gain some insights to making friends, being successful in classes, dealing with homesickness, staying healthy, or any other issue college students deal with. We chill, we chat.


Fridays, 9am-11am, The Wellness Center Information Desk

Come check out Free Condom Friday, happening every Friday at the main information desk in the Wellness Center. No questions asked, just walk in, pick up your free condoms and cooresponding information and be on your way. There are no gimmicks here!


Green Dot

A green dot is any behavior‚ choice‚ word‚ or attitude that promotes safety for all our citizens and communicates utter intolerance for violence. A green dot is pulling a friend out of a high risk situation - a green dot is donating a few dollars to project horizon- a green dot is displaying an awareness poster in your room or office - a green dot is putting a green dot message on your facebook page - a green dot is striking up a conversation with a friend or family member about how much this issue matters to you. A green dot is simply your individual choice at any given moment to make our world safer. Email to set up a training for your group.


RU A Lifesaver

Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Garret Lee Smith Memorial Grant, RU a Lifesaver is a suicide prevention program that focuses on decreasing the stigma of seeking mental health services and increases help-seeking behavior.


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