Health Promotion and Wellness Services
It is our mission to engage Fresno State students in wellness programs and skill building activities to help you achieve your academic goals and build a foundation for future health.
Our programs are fun, interactive and made just for YOU.
Our Programs Include:
Bulldogs for Recovery
Addiction can take on many forms and isn't just limited to the use of alcohol and drugs. Bulldogs for Recovery provides students in recovery with support to achieve success in their academic careers while at Fresno State.
For more information about Bulldogs for Recovery, click here.
Condom Access Project
The Condom Access Project offers FREE male condoms in the lobby of the Student Health and Counseling Center, in the Atrium at University Courtyard, and in the Paws-N-Go Market in the North Gym.
For more information on the Condom Access Project, click here.
A registered dietitian is available to provide individual counseling, free of charge, on a wide range of nutrition concerns.
For more information about nutrition services, click here.
Health PAWS Engage! Presentations
Question, Persuade & Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Trainings
Our campus is committed to suicide prevention and early intervention. We offer Question, Persuade & Refer (QPR) Trainings to teach students, staff and faculty how to recognize and respond to the warning signs of suicide.
To sign up for or request a QPR Training, click here.
Stall Seat Journal
This newsletter is brought to you by the Health Promotion and Wellness Services Department. It is produced monthly and posted in bathroom stalls across campus during the academic year.
Student Health 101 Resource
Student Health 101 Resource provides an online database of articles, videos and information on 700+ health-related topics to keep you healthy during your time at Fresno State.
*This resource will be accessible beginning in September 2016.*
WATCHDOG Training on Alcohol Overdose
WATCHDOG is an alcohol overdose intervention education program that trains students to recognize and respond effectively in alcohol emergency situations. The goal is to prevent drinking deaths on and near campus.
To learn more about WATCHDOG or to sign up, click here.