The Center for Student Wellness & Health Promotion Staff, including Peer Educators, are available to present, create programs, and facilitate activities to meet your health and wellness needs. The topics we focus on are:

  • Emotional Well-being & Spiritual Wellness
  • Sexual Health
  • Wellness
  • Alcohol & Other Drugs 
  • Nutrition

When you request a workshop, we ask that you:

  • Make the request at least two weeks before the workshop date
  • Get a minimum of 12 participants to attend
  • Communicate any changes in needs, logistics, or preferences for the workshop with us
  • Meet the facilitator(s) at the location at least 15 minutes prior to the program

To see the complete list of workshops offered check out our Health & Wellness Request Form

**Please note: If the program does not begin within 10 minutes of the scheduled time or if there is low attendance, the facilitator(s) reserve the right to cancel the program and leave.

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Party SMART Jeopardy: In a fun and interactive game of Jeopardy you will learn about trends and effects of alcohol and other drugs including marijuana, prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and tobacco (hookah and electronic cigarettes).

Live SMART Jeopardy: In a fun and interactive game of Jeopardy you will learn stress, relaxation techniques, nutrition, and time management.

Love SMART Jeopardy: In a fun and interactive game of Jeopardy you will learn about the birth control options, STIs, woman’s reproductive health, men’s reproductive health, first time myths, LGBTQI health.

Be SMART Jeopardy: In a fun and interactive game of Jeopardy explore concepts of wellness, sexual health and healthy relationships and alcohol & other drugs. Live, Love, Party Well

Whether you choose to drink or not, alcohol may play a role in your college life. This workshop provides tips on how to be smart, stay safe and have a good time when you go out. If you don’t drink alcohol, you will learn practical tools to help out a friend if they have too much to drink. This workshop also takes a look at what the drinking culture really looks like at UCI while dispelling common misconceptions about alcohol. 1 Hour

This workshop will cover key points to know about marijuana: What is it, exactly? What are the effects? Who uses it and how is it used? How does it affect our environment? What are the current state and campus laws? Students will also explore their own personal influences that have led them to use or not to use. 1 Hour

Unintentional overdose deaths involving prescription medication abuse/misuse has quadrupled since 1999 and now outnumber those from heroin and cocaine combined. This workshop will cover commonly misused/abused medications, current trends and how recognize signs of abuse. 1 Hour