Student Health Promotion
Our Vision: Differences Challenge Assumptions
“We have become not a melting pot, but a beautiful mosaic: different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.”
- Jimmy Carter
President Carter’s quote supports the notion that we are as different in our quest for optimal wellness as we are in our individual lives. The Office of Student Health Promotion at Indiana State University reinforces this belief by providing our campus community with the knowledge, skills, and support necessary to freely decide our own path to health and wellness.
The Work We Do:
The Office of Student Health Promotion is a division of the Student Counseling Center. We specialize in the prevention of issues that affect students and their ability to be academically successful and graduate. The more we can prevent student issues from being seen as insurmountable obstacles, the less likely a student will need to see a counselor. From alcohol abuse to homesickness, from stress management to sleep management, from roommate conflicts to safer sex, our services are far-reaching. Whatever affects your physical, intellectual, spiritual, social, occupational, emotional, financial and environmental wellness also affects your academics. If you need to speak to someone one-on-one in our office, you can call to make an appointment. We can also do prevention presentations and programs for the classroom, residence halls, sororities and fraternities, athletics, and any student organization. We design large programs that students can participate in throughout the school year. Check out our 'Events' section to see some of the major programs that Student Health Promotion administers annually.
To request a program from Student Health Promotion, please click here.
Office of Student Health Promotion
Student Recreation Center
601 N Sixth Street
Indiana State University
(812) 237 3258
(812) 237 3178
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM