- To provide leadership in health maintenance (wellness) promotion, and disease and illness prevention for the Kansas State University students, staff, faculty and surrounding community members.
Julie Gibbs, M.P.H. - Director
Megan Katt, B.S., R.D. - Health Educator
Jenny Yuen, M.P.H., CHES - Health Educator
- CPR certification course, and nutrition counseling
- Health and wellness presentations
- Health resource center: bulletin boards, FAQs, brochures/pamphlets, internet resources, smoking cessation resources
- ASAP Program questions and tech support
This course addresses pertinent health topics that impact college students and gives them the knowledge to make informed decisions when faced with difficult situations. The course is completed entirely online through Kansas State University. Upon completion, the student will earn 3 undergraduate credit hours which can be applied to the K-State 8 requirements. Enroll in Healthful & Safe College Life through KSIS. Course Links are available as health and safety resources.
This course is intended as an academic exploration of social health and wellness concerns pertinent to the college student population. This 0-3 credit hour academic course is to prepare students to be peer educators through discussions, lectures, readings and interactive exercises. Students may choose whether to enroll in this course for 0-3 elective credits and the course grading scale will be weighted accordingly.
The WellCAT Ambassadors program is dedicated to preparing peer educators to be: knowledgeable, ethical, caring decision makers; to present accurate and evidence-based health information to K-State students through presentations; and to provide campus leadership by serving as positive role models, demonstrating healthy, safe and sound decision making abilities. Prerequisite course: EDCEP 311.
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