The Organizational Health Programming Model is a collaborative effort between several Division of Student Life departments including the Counseling Center, the Women & Gender Resource Center, and the Department of Health Promotion and Wellness, to provide student organizations with a sample model to effectively provide health programming for their members.
Enrolling your organization in the program will provide your student group the following benefits:
- A guideline to schedule and complete comprehensive health and safety programming
- Structure to ensure organizational members are receiving credible, University-endorsed health information from experts in the field
- Connection with on-campus health resources and professionals as a method to increase collaboration, innovation, and further health and safety education
- Documented benefits to provide to national headquarters
- All organizational participants will receive an annual report of programming completed, as well as a comparative collective program-wide report
Organizations are able to voluntarily enroll in the program. The responsibility of the organization will be:
- Regularly schedule health education programs based on the provided guidelines below at the link provided (link will be provided closer to the start of the academic year!)
- Note: If an organization wants additional programs outside of the programming model, the organization would request from that specific department’s website. To receive additional credit, just email the verification to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Ensure completion of all program evaluations