Wellness and Health Promotion

Campus Connections in the Classroom

Faculty are invited to request a presentation to enhance student's knowledge of various campus resources and make connections to improve their well-being. The presentation can be used as an alternative to cancelling class or as a supplement to the scheduled learning. This initiative is a collaboration between a variety of campus partners to offer interactive presentations centered on student success, health and wellness, life skills, safety and more. Topic experts from each area will visit the classroom (in-person or virtually) to deliver the requested presentation. Faculty do not have to be present during this presentation.

All sessions are free of charge and require at least 2 weeks advance notice. Topic presentations can range from 20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on faculty need. Presentations have set learning objectives and an evaluation will be provided to the students. 

Request a Presentation

Need to schedule a presentation?

  • Browse the available workshops
  • Submit a request
  • Receive confirmation from program staff*

*Please note: a request doesn't guarantee or confirm the presentation.
These presentations are also available for Student Organizations and Residence Assistants. Please complete the same request form.  

Questions? Email universitywellness@utoledo.edu

Available Presentations

Center For Success Coaching

Time management/Procrastination
Time Management/Procrastination presentation provides helpful tools and insight for students to deal with time/priority management academically and personally, tips to avoid procrastination and create "Tiny Habits".

Student Learning Objectives

  • Identify important due date and deadline information from a variety of syllabus/course calendars
  • Categorize time commitments given the student’s course load and personal obligations
  • Observe at least one system to prioritize tasks

Study Strategies
Study strategies help students create a game plan focused on how they can best study, retain and manage their academics.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Reflect on current study habits and areas for personal development
  • Identify personally effective study locations and routines
  • Apply a formal study system to a course

Eberly Center For Women

Closing the Gap: Gender Bias Intervention
Despite women's increased participation in education and the workforce, women are still underrepresented across leadership roles. Learn how gender bias contributes to the gender gap in leadership and identify strategies you can use to create more equitable spaces.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Identify how gender bias contributes to the gender gap in leadership
  • Identify strategies you can use to create more equitable spaces

Office of Multicultural Student Success

The Family OMSS and You!
Learn more about the Office of Multicultural Student Success and what we have to offer our students. Discover ways to become part of the Family OMSS and more about who you are and why it matters. The session will begin with a powerpoint about OMSS, lead into an activity around identities and end with a Kahoot.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Participants will learn more about the Office of Multicultural Student Success
  • Participants will increase their cultural self-awareness
  • Participants will reflect on how identities interact with their environment
  • Participants will get to know each other better

Office of Student Conduct And Community Standards

Student Conduct 101
This presentation provides students the opportunity to get a better understanding of the Student Code of Conduct and the processes utilized by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Learn where to find information about the Student Code of Conduct and how it applies to them
  • Understand how to report behavioral concerns to the University
  • Describe the student conduct process

Rockets Re-Think
This presentation covers healthy and responsible behaviors as they relate to alcohol and drug use. Focusing on statistics, risk factors, and decision making, students are able to use realistic information and examples to prepare themselves for potential situations involving alcohol or drugs.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Describe risky drinking and drug use behaviors
  • Identify negative health affects of alcohol and drug use
  • Devise a plan for future choices involving alcohol and drug use

Ethical Decision Making
This presentation introduces students to their values and ethics, and helps students begin to use those values and ethics as a basis for behavioral decision making.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Define values and ethics, and identify their top five personal values
  • Recognize the laws and policies that apply to them during their time at UToledo and be able to locate resources to further educate themselves about laws and policies
  • Be aware of various decision making processes they may used when faced with a challenging situation

Office of Title IX

Bringing in the Bystander
Bystander Intervention and Consent Culture is an interactive and educational presentation available to students, faculty and staff through the Office of Title IX.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Participants will learn about resources available to them on and off campus
  • Participants will learn about common language for Title IX related matters
  • Participants will learn to increase empathy and support for people affected by sexual harassment
  • Participants will learn how and where to report incidents of sexual misconduct
  • Participants will learn the 4 D's to bystander intervention

University Police 

Run, Hide, Fight
We have seen recent headlines regarding active shooters, but have you thought about what you would do if you were suddenly in such a situation? Developed by the FBI & Homeland Security, Run, Hide, Fight helps prepare participants on how to respond to an active aggressor using basic principles and concepts.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Learn history of school/workplace shootings
  • Recognize potential workplace violence indicators
  • Identify options to Run, Hide, Fight
  • Identify information to share when calling 9-1-1
  • Learn what to do when law enforcement arrives
  • Learn to adopt the survival mindset during times of crisis
  • Learn basic information on providing aid to the injured

When Opportunity Knocks
When crime happens, it is usually because an opportunity presented itself to an offender. This course teaches participants how to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of crime through basic crime prevention strategies which reduce the opportunities necessary for crime to occur.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Recognize components necessary for crime to occur
  • Identify crime prevention strategies
  • Learn how to report crime to police
  • Identify information to share when calling 9-1-1
  • Learn what to do when law enforcement arrives

Being a Good Witness
If you were suddenly the victim of a crime, could you identify the offender? The accuracy of eyewitness accounts might surprise you. This course will challenge your skills as an eyewitness and teach participants about communicating with 9-1-1 and officers when a crime has occurred.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Learn skills that help with eye-witness account
  • Learn how to report crime
  • Identify information to share when calling 9-1-1
  • Learn what to do when law enforcement arrives

University Wellness

Building Balance
Demands from school, home, health, work and other priorities can make your day seem like a balancing act. Taking action to create balance in your life can have a positive ripple effect.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Evaluate how balanced different areas of their life are
  • Learn strategies to create a more balanced mind and life
  • Create at least one action step toward improved balance

Dimensions of Wellness
Wellness is more than just physical health. This workshop explains each dimension and highlights the campus programs and resources for each dimensions: physical, emotional, environmental, social, spiritual, occupational, financial and intellectual. When balance is achieved in each dimension, individuals achieve the highest level of well-being.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Identify all dimensions of wellness
  • Identify which dimension(s) they feel they need to work on
  • Learn campus resources available for each dimension

Food and Exercise as Medicine
Physical inactivity and poor nutrition are fast-growing public health concerns because they contribute to a variety of chronic diseases and health complications including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and more.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Learn how different types of food can help prevent and treat many different health concerns
  • Learn various physical activity strategies and how they can be used for prevention
  • Learn about the Exercise is Medicine on Campus program

Let's Talk About Sexual Health

This interactive presentation will discuss the importance of understanding sexual health. The presentation will provide education regarding how HIV and other STI are transmitted. There are images of STI infections to provide visual education about what the infection might look like.

Student Learning Objectives

  • Participants will be able to recall HIV is transmitted
  • Participants will be able to identify sexually transmitted infections
  • Participants will be able to implement best practices with condoms

 

Last Updated: 8/19/22