Green Dot Student Bystander Training

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Green Dot Student Bystander Training NOW OPEN! We welcome all undergraduate and graduate students. Visit here to sign up and learn more.  *Groups are welcome to sign up. If you have any further questions, contact us at greendot@iastate.edu. 

AlcoholEdu

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Information about AlcoholEdu.  Program available beginning July 1.  Deadline August 1.  More information available here…

Important Points Regarding “13 Reasons Why”

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Help and support is available at ISU and in the community.

Your Best Sleep

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As you get ready to start school this summer or as you prepare for your move back in August, keep these tips in mind to help create your best sleep environment.  Sleep is critical for your success as a student. … Continue Reading →

Request a Program!

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Click on the “Program Request” tab to learn about the different programs you can request from Student Wellness!  

Incoming Student Wellness Checklist!

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Your Adventure and Ultimate Success at ISU Begins with Wellness! Here is a checklist to get you started.  Click on the links to access the resources!

Free, Confidential HIV/STD Testing

Get Free and Confidential HIV/STD Testing on April 4th from 11AM – 3PM.  Primary Health Care will be bringing their new mobile testing unit to campus – located outside of MU by Lake Laverne.  Stop by anytime during the event… Continue Reading →

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Iota Iota Iota Women’s Studies Honorary: Take Back The Night ACCESS: Donuts for Denim Army ROTC: It’s On Us 5K

Register Now! “Easier Week” workshop

Become a Cyde Kick!

Looking to become a “Cyde Kick” Peer Health Coach? We are seeking motivated students to enroll in a new 2-credit course being offered every Fall and Spring semester on Tuesdays from 2:10 to 3:00 PM! Junior and senior status undergraduate students… Continue Reading →

Statement from Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Martino Harmon regarding racist social media post

August 16, 2017 The social media post containing a slur that was reported today was racist, thoughtless and hurtful. It was particularly troubling in light of the recent occurrences in Charlottesville and is further evidence of a continuing need to fight racist… Continue Reading →

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