Applicants desiring full-time or part-time employment with the State of Kansas should contact the Department of Human Resources, 103 Edwards Hall, Kansas State University.
SHAC exists to ensure that adequate health care is provided for the students of Kansas State University. SHAC is an advisory committee appointed by the Student Body President and works with both the President and Student Senate.
The Sexual Health Awareness Peer Educators are a valuable aspect of Lafene Health Center’s comprehensive health services provided to K-State students. Peer education is successful because students are highly effective in influencing attitudes and behaviors of their peers. This course develops the peer educator’s knowledge of human sexuality, sexual abstinence, sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS), risky behaviors, alcohol and other drug use, violence and sexual assault. It is the goal of this program to develop interpersonal helping skills of the peer educator to empower K-State students to make informed, healthy decisions that will enhance their academic success.
SNAC is a student peer education group focused on educating the University community about healthy eating strategies and body image.
K-State Healthy Decisions is an initiative that was started to help enhance the lifestyle of K-State students and their peers. We are enriching the culture of K-State and further developing an environment where students are supported and can succeed academically and personally. Through the collaborative efforts made by K-State's student services, organizations, and faculty, K-State students can stay connected to their campus and peers.
Request a presentation for your group on a health topic.
This campaign provides support for K-State students, faculty, staff that would like to stop smoking or using tobacco. Lafene Health Center can help YOU quit using tobacco. Assistance is provided free of charge. Sessions will be scheduled for individual convenience. Call 785.532.6595 to become tobacco-free!
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 or University General Education (UGE) requirements. Enroll in Healthful & Safe College Life through Division of Continuing Education.