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 HOPE 

 

SPOTLIGHT

Healthy Outreach Through Peer Education
"Issue Oriented Programs FOR Students BY Students"

The HOPE peer education program at Slippery Rock University presents important health-related information to college students on a variety of issues, including underage and dangerous drinking, safer sex practices, stress management, prevention of sexualty transmitted infections and healthy living.  Trained peer educators develop and present programs that are designed to be highly informative and interactive.  HOPE programs are available to any student classroom, group, or organization.  Programs can be scheduled by calling 724-738-4888 at least two weeks in advance.  In addition to the following programs, HOPE peer educators design outreach activities during “awareness weeks & months.” 

Please click here for a list of HOPE programs.

 

Sexual Assault Resources (Title IX)

Ebola Virus Disease Information

Ebola Message to Campus

Flu Shot Information

Medical Amnesty Act
66 of 2011

Student Intervention Services (SIS)

Ambulance Service

Notice of Privacy Practices

Consent Form for Treatment of Minors

A registered nurse is available 24/7 during the academic year.

Please do not send emails regarding your health concerns. Call 724-738-2052 and ask to speak to a health care provider.