Request a Workshop, Program or Service
Please fill out the S&T Wellness Network Outreach Request Form to request a workshop, program, or service. Instructions for submitting this form can be found at the top of the form.
Attention Students, Orgs, & RA's-$$$ for Events!
Funding Application for Late Night Events
Planning a late night event and need some $$$? Apply to receive funding for your event. Please see application for funding criteria and parameters. Submit an application in advance - allow 2 weeks for processing (translation: submit an application at least 3 weeks in advance of your planned event!).
Student Health 101 is a monthly electronic newsletter (August-May) that covers health and wellness issues that YOU, as a student need to know (i.e. staying healthy on campus, adjusting to life away from home, mental health, alcohol and drugs, sexual responsibility, and more).
Electronic Check-Up to Go(e-CHUG) is a brief self-assessment that will provide you with accurate and detailed information about:
- Your personal risk patterns
- Your individual level of alcohol tolerance
- Your unique family risk factors
- Harm reduction strategies
- Helpful resources on campus and in our community
Try it out! If you have questions about your results, set up a consultation with the Health Educator
- Click on the above 'echeckup to go alcohol' logo
- Click on the 'I have not completed the Alcohol eCHECKUP To Go previously'
- Write down (and keep in a safe place) your User Identification Number that the program provides, and then click 'begin'
- Complete module
- Print results
- Verify completion by inputting your name and Missouri S&T student email address at the completion of the module
Responsible Hosting Info Guide
Being a host for a house party is a GREAT responsibility; you are legally responsible for what happens at the party. You can avoid problems while having a fun time if you PLAN AHEAD. Check out this guide - it will help you plan a safe and fun event.
Want or need additional information to guide your safe party planning? Check out the Student Alcohol Responsibility Training (START). It is an online education module that assists you in planning and hosting a successful, fun, and safe event of any kind.
Ask. Listen. Refer.
Ask. Listen. Refer. is an online suicide prevention training designed to help S&T faculty, staff, and students prevent suicide by teaching you to:
- identify people at risk for suicide
- recognize the risk factors, protective factors, and warning signs of suicide
- respond to and get help for people at risk
Wellness & Health Resources
A List of campus and community contacts and websites segmented by health and wellness topic areas.
Partners in Prevention
Missouri's higher education substance abuse consortium