The Office of Health Promotion would like to invite you to join us for Health Week at GC next week, Sept. 12-15. We have many Health Talks and opportunities for the campus to learn how to better their health. All events are free, and open to students and employees. A complete list of activities is available here.
Tuesday- Sept. 12
Alcohol Screening 9 a.m.-Noon at the Fountain
Take an alcohol survey and know your risk. The first 75 students to participate will get a Free Chick-fil-a biscuit.
Health Talk: 2 p.m., Health Science Bldg. 202
Dr. Whitney Heppner- The effects of perceived discrimination on health and wellness
Wednesday- Sept. 13
Drug Take Back and Impairment Goggles -Noon-3 p.m. Library Atrium
Join the RSO Health Movement for a Drug take back day. Bring your unused, unknown, expired or medications that are not yours and dispose of them safely. Medications need to be in pill form only. Prescription medications are preferred, but over the counter will be accepted as well. While you are there, try on the impairment goggles and learn what a safe zone is for your BAC if you choose to drink.
Health Talk- 2 p.m., Health Science Bldg. 202
Dr. Scott Butler- HIV & STIs
Thursday, Sept 14
Alcohol Screening- 9 a.m.-Noon, Front Campus
A second chance if you can't join us Tuesday to participate in an alcohol screening and learn your risk. The first 75 students to participate will receive a FREE Chick-fil-a Biscuit.
Impairment Goggles- Noon-3 p.m.- The Max
Do you know why the legal driving limit is 0.08 if you are over 21 years old? Do you know what happens at different levels of BAC? Join the Health Movement students to understand a BAC and try out our impairment goggles.
Health Talk- 6:30 p.m., A &S Auditorium Dr. Cesar Figueroa
Suicide Prevention & College Students
Friday, Sept 15
Health Talk- 2 p.m., Atkinson 202, Dr. Justin Roush
Financial Planning: Using Money to Reach Your Life Goals