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Health Promotion

The Health Promotion office at SHC produces dynamic educational programs, health information, peer training and campus events to enhance personal, academic and career success. An accessible team of professional and student health educators design, deliver and evaluate diverse wellness programming, provide health consultations and serve as referral sources to additional support for vital student health issues.

Leadership Opportunities

Health-related leadership programs that enable students to discover and develop their health promotion and leadership skills. Learn more...

Programs and Events

Health and wellness programs which provide information and resources to students, as well as opportunities to practice self-care and develop new skills. Learn more...

Health Information

Reliable health information and tips for a variety of topics most relevant to students. Learn more...

Request a Program!

The Health Promotion office provides specialized programming that addresses the full range of health topics impacting college students. These programs help meet the needs of individual students and our campus community. To request a program at least two weeks in advance, please complete the Health Promotion Program Request Form. You can always call, email, or visit the Health Promotion office with questions and/or special requests.

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Health Promotion
Contact Information

726 Broadway, 3rd Floor
Telephone: (212) 443-1234

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Thu: 9am-6pm
Fri: 10am-6pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

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Health Promotion Staff

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The Health Promotion office works to empower students to make informed decisions by providing the campus community with accessible, accurate information and compassionate services that foster personal health, academic success and community wellness.

We acknowledge that students are adults who can and will make their own decisions regarding their health. Given that understanding, we strive to create an environment in which students feel listened to and respected.

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