Health Promotion

Health promotion services educates and supports healthy decisions about your lifestyle and behaviors through individual and environmental strategies.

We provide campus outreach, interactive trainings, and skill-building demonstrations on a variety of health topics including nutrition, exercise, sleep hygiene, safe sex practices, and stress management.

We assist faculty with guest lecturing, provide literature, and give other support. Requests for presentations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Call 801-957-4268 during business hours.

Wellness programs

Call 801-957-4268 to learn more about the following programs:

Redwood/Taylorsville Campus

  • Move More Mondays:

    Want to fit some exercise into your day? We’ll be providing skill-building demonstrations, interactive trainings, and guided exercise to get you moving. Every Monday from 10 am – 12 pm.

  • Chill and Spill:

    Take a break, chat with friends, and relieve some stress. Every Tuesday the Student Health Advisory Club (SHAC) will be hosting a stress relief activity in the AAB 10 am - 12 pm, Free for everyone!

  • Wellness Wednesday:

    Interactive health games with free prizes every Wednesday, 10:00am - 1:00pm in the AAB

South City Campus

  • Think Smart Thursdays:

    Interactive health games, demonstrations, and interactive trainings at South City Campus every Thursday from 10 am – 12 pm

Skill-Building Presentations & Interactive Trainings

We assist faculty with guest lecturing, provide literature, and give other support. Requests for presentations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Call 801-957-4268 during business hours.

The following presentations and workshops are currently available:

  • Benefits of Massage
  • CHC Services
  • Survive the Sitting (injury prevention)
  • Stress Relief
  • Foam Rolling 101
  • Healthy Choices
  • Tobacco, Alcohol, and other Drugs (upon request)
  • Safer Sex (upon request)
Presentation Request Form

Student Involvement

Student Health Advisory Club (SHAC)

Trained student peer educators teach their peers to adopt healthy behaviors through monthly activities and events.

To become involved in SHAC email Jessica.pettersson@slcc.edu