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We know that while in college you may get too busy to acknowledge how your health affects your academic life and all other areas, but we are here to provide you with resources and practical ways of tackling a variety of health concerns you may have. Our Health Educator works alongside various departments including the Center for Student Health and Psychological Services to create effective health education programming for students. The promotion of healthy lifestyles is done using various campaigns and events, along with presentations to classes, residence halls, athletic teams and community organizations. All programs and services are created with student need in mind. There are opportunities for individuals and student groups to become involved in these programs, by volunteering their time to promote events or become co-sponsors.
If you would like to schedule a program please complete this request form.
These are a few of our annual campaigns. Each of these campaigns can be co-sponsored by student organizations if they wish to be involved.
We continue to build this aspect of our health outreach program. We know that students are open to speaking with and learning from their peers. You will be trained to present on various topics and promote health awareness, while building a relationship with fellow students. If you would like to become a Peer Health Educator, contact the Health Educator.
Feel free to complete an application and submit it to: Student Activities and Volunteerism:
For more information about the Health Education and Outreach at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
Rhema Lewis, Health Educator and Outreach Coordinator
Office: Center for Student Involvement
Location: Angell College Center 110
Phone: (518) 564-4830