Spring 2023 Events found here!
BodyPositiveKSU (BI)College can present additional challenges for people experiencing eating and body image issues. Join a KSU dietitian and therapist for a 4-week workshop based on the Be Body Positive Model. You will learn five powerful Competencies to help you develop resources and a renewed energy to take care of your body. Participants who complete all 4 sessions will receive a special gift. Participants in the first session will have priority registration for the following sessions. Registration will open to the public on the following Thursday each week. The workshops will be held from 3:00-4:30 PM on Monday, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, and 4/3. Learn more about the Be Body Positive Model at https://thebodypositive.org/5-competencies/
Healthy Hot Spot: Swipe Right!Join the Peer Health OWLs to learn about Healthy Relationships!
Health FairOver 15 free health screenings! Learn what health and wellness resources KSU and the local community have to offer. There will be health-related giveaways and activities! Last person admitted at 3:30 PM. Students that participate receive a free T-Shirt, while supplies last. Health Screenings: Blood Pressure Heart Rate Anxiety Screening Glucose Anemia/Hemoglobin Skin Cancer Body Composition Muscular Endurance-Push Up Test Cardiovascular Endurance Physio-Advanced Balance Vision Screening HIV Testing Flexibility Hand Grip Plus lots of informational tables!
Over 15 FREE health screenings ranging from body composition to glucose to vision. Visit 15 stations and get a t-shirt! Offered every spring semester.
Safe Spring Break
Start Spring Break early! Join us for information on ways to have a safer spring break, win prizes, enjoy refreshments, and more!
Healthy Hot Spots
Join the Peer Health OWLs around campus for giveaways, tips, and fun activities to better your overall health and well-being!
Wellness on Wheels (WoW)
Can you spot the Peer Health golf cart? Join the Peer Health OWLs for giveaways, tips, and fun activities to better your overall health and well-being!
Join us on the campus Green as we celebrate National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week with stations on alcohol awareness and lots of fun activities and giveaways.
FREE and CONFIDENTIAL rapid HIV testing offered by the Cobb and Douglas Public Health is available each month! Condoms and other sexual health supplies will be provided.
Health Promotion and Wellness' cooking demonstration kitchen allows students an opportunity to learn how to prepare easy, nutritious and budget-friendly meals on their own. Students will not only learn new recipes, but also basic culinary skills, healthy eating and food safety tips!
See our event calendar for upcoming cooking demonstration classes.
CPR, AED, First Aid
The purpose of the American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program is to help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. The program teaches skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Available only to KSU students, staff, and faculty. A valid KSU ID is required.
Nutrition workshops are designed to help you dive into a nutrition topic you are interested in. You can expect engaging education and activities and time to ask a registered dietitian your questions. Workshop topics include healthy eating, eating on a budget, sports nutrition, intuitive eating, and body image.
Ask the RD
Talk with a registered dietitian about different nutrition topics.
PAWS and Relax
Unwind & destress from the semester with our four-legged friends from Happy Tails! Other stress-relieving activities & tips will be provided.
We've Got Your BAC
Learn how to monitor your blood alcohol concentration by getting your personalized BAC card! To get your card, stop by the Health Promotion and Wellness office located in the Student Recreation and Activities Center, suite 1200.