Our services include our Healthbuffs peer education program, health supplies and education, outreach efforts, presentations on relevant health topics, and more.
Students are welcome to come by the Health Promotion Resource Center in UMC 411 to pick up a variety of health-related resources including:
Prevent and soothe the symptoms of a cold or flu with cold care supplies like tea, salt (for gargling), tissues, cough drops and hand sanitizer.
Reduce the risk of transmitting or contracting sexually transmitted infections with free condoms (roll-on and internal), lubrication, and information about proper condom use. We also have nitrile and latex gloves, and instructions on how to make an effective cape or a dental dam. In addition, some of these resources can be used as an effective birth control method to prevent pregnancy.
Students can also access our health information library in our office.
Health Promotion offers free programs to residence halls and student groups. These include:
This training covers how to recognize and respond to an alcohol and opioid emergency.
A conversation about party culture at CU and ways to have a better time and look out for one another.
A workshop exploring the link between sleep, health and academics. This session also includes strategies for more restorative sleep.
A range of options to help students stress less. Residence halls and student groups may request up to three of the following items based on staff availability:
A workshop on healthy communication, safer sex practices and sex positivity.
A screening and discussion of the Unnatural Causes documentary that explores how social, political and economic conditions impact health.
Health Promotion professional staff is also available to adapt a presentation to meets the needs of your group.
Please fill out our program request form to schedule a presentation.
Helping CU students quit tobacco products is a vital part of our mission to support health, wellness and academic success. Health Promotion offers free quit kits and one-on-one tobacco cessation counseling to support students with identifying goals and creating a plan. Walk in to UMC 411 or call to schedule an appointment at 303-492-2937.
We offer streamable, downloadable audio health resources through our HealthBuffs Soundcloud.