If you received notice that you are required to attend the alcohol education class, go to the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution office, Student Service Building Room 120. Hours are 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You pay when you register for the class at the Bone Student Center. The fee is $70.00.
Call PATH at (309) 827-4005. PATH is a 24 hour information, referral and crisis response telephone service. They can direct you to the appropriate meeting time and place.
Yes, with the exception of DUI evaluations. Contact the Student Counseling Services at (309) 438-3655.
Health Promotion and Wellness is the campus resource for wellness. The department provides information, programs and services on a wide range of lifestyle related health issues such as nutrition, ergonomics, fitness, alcohol, sexual health, drugs, tobacco, cardiovascular health, stress, and many others. Health Promotion and Wellness serves faculty, staff, students, retirees, and family members of Illinois State University community members.
We are located in 187 McCormick Hall across the street from the Student Fitness Center.
Health Promotion and Wellness website and main office, The G Spot, the third floor of the Student Services Building, and the Student Fitness Center.
Student Health Service Nurse Consult at (309) 438-7676 (RNRN)
Health Promotion and Wellness Office (309) 438-WELL (9355)
Student Wellness Ambassador Team - call the Health Promotion and Wellness Office (309) 438-WELL (9355) for more information.
Possibly, contact Jim Almeda (438-2053)
Condoms are available at the Health Promotion and Wellness main office, Suite 187 McCormick Hall, the G Spot (portable gazebo) or the Student Health Services Pharmacy.
Student Health Services - call (309) 438-2778 to make an appointment
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing is usually done during routine gynecological exams done at the Student Health Services. Other STI testing can be done during the same appointment, depending on your symptoms and your specific circumstances. Additional info can be obtained by calling Nurse Consult at (309) 438-7676 or by making an appointment by calling (309) 438-2778 with your health care provider.
There is no way to know what the STI rate is at other colleges and universities, but we have not been seeing an increase in STIs at ISU over the last several years. Fewer students are sexually active, and monogamy and condom use has increased among those who are having sex. However, keep in mind that a person can be infected with an STD/STI and not notice any signs or symptoms, so they may not seek treatment and the number of reported cases may be lower than the actual number of cases.