Health Education Resource Center
Share the Wealth
Share the Wealth is a peer health education program established in response to the health issues concerning Oklahoma State University students. The principle goal of Share the W.E.A.L.T.H. is to establish a diverse assembly of enlightened OSU students who promote positive health behaviors, increase awareness of campus and community resources, and encourage the use of critical thinking during behavior decision-making processes.
For more information on Share the Wealth and to request a program
, visit their website.
After you finish your Share the WEALTH commitment there is another exciting opportunity for you! You may apply to become a PAID facilitator in the Wellness State program. Wellness State is an additional component of the peer health education program that is specifically designed for Freshman Orientation academic courses. The main purpose of this program is to integrate technology and health education in the classroom. The presentations offered are similar in nature to the Share the WEALTH programs in that they are fun, interactive, and educational all at the same time.
For more information on Wellness State and to request a program
, visit their website.
Oklahoma State University Peer Health Education team's Health Cast Radio where we discuss the many health issues that are common among college students. Our mission is to give you straight answers on a variety of health topics from Alcohol to Zits and everything in between.
Get the answers to your questions and listen to our podcasts, click here
Relationships are hard! Why not discover tools, tips, and resources to help make them easier? The Two of Us.org
interactive website features resources that will help you navigate your relationships. Whether you are friends, dating or married this site will provide you with great information.
For more information on E-Chug please click here
We are working on putting together an online calendar, please check back soon for more information.
Many students often encounter a new set of health issues once they enter college. Check out the links below to learn more about:
- General College Health
- MRSA (methicillin resistant staphy aureus)
STI and HIV Information
Follow these links for all of the latest information on the most prevalent S
- HIV/AIDS podcast
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
* Testing for all STIs including HIV is available at UHS and the UHS Women’s clinic.
Did you know you can get free condoms? If you have decided to have a sexual relationship, stop by room 154 of University Health Services for your free condoms BEFORE you decide to take that next big step. Our hours are 8:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm Monday through Friday.
Want to know how to have a fun and healthy Spring Break?
You can also find more travel information by clicking here
HPV & Gardasil
Do you have questions about the Human Papilloma virus (HPV) and the vaccine used to prevent it? Gardasil, the vaccine for HPV is available at University Health Services. You can also fine more information at http://www.cdc.gov/std/hpv/default.htm
What is Meningitis and why is it so important to me?
- Click here
for an overview of the disease.
Frequently Asked Questions
To View the most commonly asked questions among college students, click here.
Public Health Links and Information
- Mayo Clinic
- Counseling Services
- American College Health Associations (ACHA) National College Health Assessment(NCHA)