You can also schedule a meeting with any of our staff to discuss trainings, collaboration, or other services and programs by visiting our You Can Book Me page.
The Health Promotion and Advocacy Center conducts a range of workshops and outreach activities around campus. Our staff provides programming and targeted training for various populations within the campus community. When contacting us for a workshop, please allow 2-3 weeks' notice for planning purposes.
We have provided specialized training to Campus Life staff, the Academic Support and Access Center, faculty, various student organizations, the Conduct Council, and the AU Police Department.
1-on-1 Meetings and Support
- Personalized Self-care Appointments
- Support for students who have experienced/ experiencing relationship violence or sexual assault (OASIS)
- Students seeking to support a friend who has experienced relationship/sexual violence. (OASIS)
- Students who want to learn about healthy relationships (OASIS)
- Recovery Support for students in recovery or seeking to lower their drug use (Alcohol and Drugs)
- Students seeking to support a friend who is in recovery or struggling with drug use (Alcohol and Drugs)
- Reproductive health/birth control methods
- Sleep Consultations
- Referrals to on and off campus wellness resources
Free Sexual Health Resources
When we are on campus, we maintain a collection of free sexual health resources that are available from Monday through Friday 9-5 in our office in Hughes Hall, Suite 105. Our entrance is on the exterior of Hughes Hall, facing the amphitheater.
We currently carry:
- A variety of regular lubricated condoms
- Extra large lubricated roll-on condoms
- Non-latex insertive condoms
- Water-based lubricant packets
- Latex dental dams