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Almost half of college students on our campus and nationwide report stress as a top academic impact (NCHA, 2022). It's no suprise that this is our most popular presentation. During this 45 minute presentation, we talk about the effects of stress, coping strategies, and supporting others when they are stressed.

 

Sexperts is a peer education program in which students complete two days of training on safer sex education. Our safer sex educators present in residence halls, classrooms and fraternities/sororities. They have a one hour presentation that covers the facts of STD’s and pregnancy prevention in a game-show style format.

This is a super fun one-hour educational workshop. The workshop cover the basics of the menstrual cycle, menstrual disorders, menstural hygiene options, the benefits of reusable menstrual products, and product distribution. Workshops are open to everyone and anyone regardless of age, sex, gender, or menstruating status.

We ask that any organization or department requesting this presentation to please consider donating menstrual products to the OU Food Pantry

Learn more about The Menstrual Movement

Healthy eating in college can be difficult. Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist will tackle a variety of areas such as eating healthy on a budget, eating regularly, healthy fast food choices, basic tips for selecting nutritious meals, and more! Needing a little more customization for your group? Easy! Simply email dietitian@ou.edu 

Getting enough sleep with a demanding college schedule is difficult. But what about getting high quality sleep? In this presentation, we talk about the importance of sleep, the impacts of sleep deprivation on our bodies and minds, circadian rhythms, and sleep hygiene.

The Generation Rx University resources were created by college students, for college students, to help prevent prescription drug misuse on college campuses. These materials are designed for use in courses, student orientation, residence halls, Greek life, recreational sports, student organizations, or any other venue where college students live and learn.