List of Presentations


Do You Remember What I Did Last Night? 

This program provides students with valuable information and awareness on general alcohol usage as shown through a scenario of a “typical” college student’s night of partying. This scenario is intended to show students that the consequences of excessive alcohol and irresponsible decision-making while under the influence can affect not only themselves but those around them. This program provides students with the information that they need to be able to make informed and intelligent choices if they choose to drink.

Time: 45 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

Sex and Booze Will Give You the Blues

Alcohol consumption can have numerous consequences on our bodies, many of which are related to our sexual health. This program focuses on how alcohol consumption is related to sexual assault and rape as well as issues such as poor sexual performance and relationships problems. Students will learn about the increased risks associated with consuming alcohol while engaging in sexual activity and how to minimize these risks.

Time: 40 minutes
Setting: Requires AV equipment

Ballin’ on a Budget

In this program, students will learn about budgets, their importance, and how to effectively keep one. Through an interactive mock budget and their own individual budget sheets, students will learn how to keep a budget all on their own, with Mint.com as a resource. In addition, they will determine long term from short term goals and wants from needs together through interactive activities.

Time: 35 Minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

Finances for the Future

Thinking about finances for your future after graduation can seem like a long shot, but it’s important to start good financial practices now! This program will help students plan a “future budget” based on the average salary of their academic field. The budget takes living locations, taxes, and potential expenses into account during this interactive program.

Time: 40 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

Germs Are Gross, But You Don’t Have to Be!

College life is full of new experiences, and you don’t want to miss out on those experiences because of illness! “Germs Are Gross” aims to help students learn to effectively steer clear of illness through proper hygiene practices, hand washing, and info about the Student Health Center!

Time: 30 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

Physical Fitness…Just Do It!

Did you know a one hour workout is only 4% of your day? College students are extremely busy and have a lot going on so it is important for them to be able to get a good workout in with a minimal amount of time. This program aims to educate students about physical fitness through games, videos, and strategies to plan workouts that work for you!

Time: 45 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That!

Sometimes it seems like there are literally not enough hours in the day! College is a stressful time that requires the best time management possible. “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That” provides helpful tips, exercises, and games to teach students how to effectively manage their time to minimize stress and maximize productivity!

You Snooze, You Win!

The “You Snooze, You Win!” program is an interactive program which teaches participants about how important sleep is and how to get a good night’s sleep. The audience will be asked to participate in activities that will help them get to know their fellow audience members while learning more about sleep. Participants should walk away knowing the importance of sleep and have more information on creating a better sleep environment.

Take Time to Unwind

Take Time to Unwind helps students learn how stress impacts the body, the mind, and life in general. This program will help students learn how to reduce stress and engage in more self-care. This program is helpful for any student group because stress affects EVERYONE!

Size Awesome

It can be so easy for people to struggle with the their body image. We are constantly exposed to everyday images of what the media thinks we should look like. However, celebrity photos aren’t even real! This program exposes the truths about Photoshopping and how it affects body image.  Students will leave with a new appreciation for their bodies and a new knowledge of truth about the myths of body image.

Time: 40 minutes
Setting: Requires AV equipment

Jeopardy: Food Edition

Need more bang for your buck? Come learn how to eat healthy on a budget! Sticking to your budget while still eating healthy can be tough, but once you come to this program you will acquire all the necessary skills to do so! Through an interactive Jeopardy Game, we will guess common food prices to grocery shop more effectively on a budget! We will also discover some cheap, healthy meals you can make at home and some savvy restaurant tips for around Tuscaloosa!

Time: 45 minutes
Setting: Can be completed with or without AV equipment, best for 15+ size groups

What’s In Your Cup?

STDs? That would never happen to me, right? Wrong! STD/STIs can affect anyone if you’re not safe. This program will simulate how easy it really can be to contract an STI/STD. The students will be educated on the contraction and prevention of STI/STD and the differences between them. Students will also learn about proper condom usage.

Time: 45 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

What Makes a Good Roommate?

“I feel like I’m a really good roommate, and they’re just hard to live with”…said everyone ever. This program will educate students on various ways to be a good roommate, as well as how to effectively solve a roommate conflict. Students will label our , “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”, board with post-its that have roommate qualities on them.

Time: 35 minutes
Setting: Does not require AV equipment

50 Shades of Consent

This discussion based program is designed to engage students surrounding the topic of consent, and how consent is reinforced (or not reinforced) in society and media, as well as ways to promote consent on the interpersonal level.

Time: 30 minutes
Setting: Requires AV equipment

Bama Kicks Butts

Hookah and E-cigarettes seem to be the greatest “new” things to hit college students since free t-shirts. But is it really worth it all to try and look cool? This Smoking & Tobacco program is to become familiar with the truth about hookah and e-cigs, the harmful effects, and vital information of the two in comparison to normal cigarettes.

Time: 30 minutes
Setting: Requires AV equipment

Sharing is Dealing

Overprescription of prescription drugs is a continuing problem within the healthcare field. This program will detail the dangers of sharing prescription drugs, help participants understand the terminology “drug abuse” and “misuse” and encourage discussion on changing the culture of “but everyone is doing it”.

Time: 35 minutes
Setting: Requires AV equipment