Programs

Programs

ATOD Programs
Come play, learn, and have fun by participating in our alcohol, tobacco, and other drug education programs. These programs can be requested by any group or person on campus. To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, email aburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF.

Health & Safety Programs
We want you to play, have fun, and enjoy life….but we want you to be healthy and safe as you do it.  Come and learn how to “play” safely and how to remain healthy. These programs can be requested by any group or person on campus.  To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, email aburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF.

Healthy Nutrition Programs
Diet, nutrition, eating….whatever you call it, this program is designed to educate you about what  “good eatin’“is all about.  You’ll learn about fruits, veggies, carbs, proteins and fats and how to eat a balanced, healthy meal.  You might even learn how to cook on a college budget! This program can be requested by any group or person on campus.  To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, emailaburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF.

Healthy Sexuality Programs
Are you bringing sexy back? If you want to learn about sex, safer sex, prophylactics, sexually transmitted infections, and genitals, then these programs are for you. These programs can be requested by any group or person on campus.  To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, email aburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF.

Peer Theater Programs
Shakespeare said, “All the world is a stage.”  Well, the world may not be your stage, but you can still request a stage performance on your favorite health topic. Our peer theater programs involve professional young actors who act out health issues and then engage the audience in discussion. Watch! Discuss! Learn! These programs require advance notice and can be requested by any group or person on campus. To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, email aburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF. Each script lasts between 5 and 15 minutes.

Violence Prevention Programs
Why can’t we all just get along?  Well, if you want to learn how to get along with others and learn why sometimes we don’t get along with others, then these programs are for you.  Here you will learn about domestic violence, partner violence, and sexual assault. These programs can be requested by any group or person on campus. To request a program, you will need to complete a Program Request Form (PRF). Please, email aburton9@gsu.edu for a PRF.