Become a Student Health Facilitator
Our facilitators get hands-on experience with health promotion – a must for students seeking careers in health, counseling, or education. Facilitators have the opportunity to deliver workshops on a variety of health topics, including:
- Time management
- Stress management
- Benefits of sleep
- Test anxiety
- Alcohol & social norms
We provide facilitators with extensive training, including CPR certification, cholesterol and blood pressure screenings, and presentation skills. In the second semester of volunteering, we also offer facilitators the opportunity to shadow our healthcare providers and gain clinical experience.
For questions about the Student Health Facilitator program, contact Taylor Schwab.
Join our Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
SHAC’s primary goal is to advise the executive director of Health & Wellness Services and Counseling and Psychological Services and act as a liaison among students, student government, and administrators. SHAC conducts program and service reviews, recommends development and establishment of new programs, reviews the department budget, and advises on financial matters.
Students on SHAC work closely with staff to provide guidance and feedback on services and initiatives related to mental, physical, and emotional health.
Student members have the opportunity to advocate for student concerns, influence decisions around health services and initiatives, develop an understanding of managing health services and initiatives on a college campus, and develop communication and leadership skills.
If you’re interested in joining SHAC, contact Taylor Schwab.
Cougar Health Awareness Team (CHAT)
CHAT is a Registered Student Organization dedicated to raising awareness and providing education to students on a variety of health and wellness issues. CHAT members encourage and educate their peers to make healthy lifestyle choices through programs, group discussions, and health kit giveaways.
Health & Wellness Services works closely with CHAT members to provide training and support. For more information on the group, you can contact CHAT by email.
To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA)
TWLOHA is a Registered Student Organization and a chapter of the nation-wide nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and invest directly into treatment and recovery.
Health & Wellness Services works closely with TWLOHA members to provide mental and emotional health education and training. TWOLHA members work to educate the WSU community about mental health, and advise university administrators on policy related to mental health. For more information about TWLOHA, please visit their Facebook page.