Calendar of Events for SY 2014-2015
FALL SEMESTER 2014
All dates are subject
Gladiator Welcome Day
September 16th (Monday):
Suicide Prevention Week
1st and 3rd (Tuesday and Thursday):
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month:"Pink Ribbon Day"
31st (Thursday) HALLOWEEN WELLNESS FAIR & FLU
Free food/kit and
brochure, wellness screenings, Blood Drive Event
November 14th, 19th and December 3rd:
FLU SHOT CLINIC SCHEDULE
The Great American Smoke
out Campaign "FREE SMOKE QUIT KIT"
3rd (Tuesday): HANDWASHING
The goal of National Hand washing Awareness
Week is to decrease the spread of infectious diseases by empowering
individuals to educate and help protect their communities. Working
together we can make a difference!
January 22nd (Thursday) : General Outreach to new and old incoming students
American Heart Month:
“National Wear Red Day”
Tabling: FREE Blood Pressure Readings and
March 16th to
March 19th: National
Annual "Walk for Fitness"
step for better nutrition and health.
Join the student health center for a 15 min
walk daily for a week at the track.
FREE pedometer for the first 25 people who will
participate in this event and a raffle for gift basket
April 23rd: (Thursday):
Sexual Assault Awareness Month/DENIM DAY EVENT: Promoting healthy
sexuality to prevent sexual violence
(Tuesday): STD and HIV
HIV Mobile Van will provide FREE ANONYMOUS HIV
to May 22nd:
Health Events Snap Shots
The health center
sponsors many events on campus to bring awareness and information to
students and staff alike. The health center generally can be seen
tabling in the Cafeteria Lobby with information about the current
health event, information about the health center and snacks for
those who come by to take a look! Shown below are a few photos of
campus events that the Health Center has sponsored in the past. Keep
visiting the website for more updates and new event information.
If you have any suggestions for events or activities, please email
us at email@example.com.
FREE TURKEY RAFFLE WINNER: SMOKE OUT
Sexual Assault Awareness and Denim Day