Request a presentation
We’re glad you’re interested in partnering with Campus Health Services to provide a virtual presentation to your group or classroom. Please note that we require at least a 2 week notice on presentation requests. We will do our best to help you out, but cannot make any guarantees in a short time frame.
During COVID-19, we are offering virtual presentations to meet you and your student where you’re at!
Fill out the form below, and we will do our best to respond to your request within 48 hours.
Topic overview Accordion Open
- Stress management: What is stress, how it affects the body, and ways to de-stress
- Suicide prevention: Recognize the signs of a student in crisis and practice responding to the student
- Sleep management: Why is sleep important, what happens when you don’t get enough sleep, and how to get more sleep every night
- Nutrition: How to eat healthy on campus and important nutrition guidelines
- Body Image/Eating Disorders: How to foster a healthy body image and help a friend who might be struggling with eating concerns
- Substance misuse: How to stay safe if using different substances, their effects on the body, and resources to quit
- Sexual health: Learn about different STIs, contraceptives, and how to stay safe
- Healthy relationships and consent: Signs of a healthy/unhealthy relationship and communication skills
- Take a Stand! Bystander Training: Consent, sexual assault/relationship violence resources, and steps needed to be an active bystander (*Temporarily unavailable*)
- Sex and the Media: Changing the Culture: Explore ways in which society perpetuates rape culture and become a change maker to change the culture
- Addiction & recovery: What is addiction, what is recovery, how to talk to students who are in recovery, and NAU resources
- Identifying a student in crisis: How to identify students that may be struggling and could benefit from counseling
- Network of Care: Two-tiered training that provides an overview of substance misuse, key motivational interviewing concepts, and an overview of the SBIRT model.
Plan a successful event Accordion Closed
Campus Health Services requires that there are 5 people in attendance at all events, and may cancel any presentation with less than 5 people in attendance. Make sure your event is popular by:
- Making sure your event doesn’t conflict with a large event on campus.
- Partnering with other RAs or student groups to host an event.
- Hanging up posters in your residence hall-Health Promotion has premade posters that are ready for you to print and hang!
- Providing healthy snacks for your group.
- Avoiding events on weekends or holidays.
- Giving at least 2 weeks notice to arrange a speaker.