Training & Education
Online Prevention Training
Alcohol Wise Online Course: We strive to create a community that values respect, and guides students toward making positive lifestyle choices. We have seen the misuse of alcohol affect the academic success of our students and want to help you avoid this and other consequences. Whether you choose to drink alcohol or not, there is valuable information in Alcohol Wise. You will have the opportunity to become more aware about how alcohol affects the body, and learn how to recognize signs of distress in others. The course also includes pertinent information about social responsibility as it relates to the campus community.
Online Sexual Violence Education Courses: All new Illinois State University students registered for 1 or more academic course work hours are asked to complete Not Anymore, an online prevention module that addresses unwanted sexual experiences including sexual assault and sexual harassment, sexual consent, relationship and dating violence, and stalking behaviors. Returning students are asked to complete a refresher module called Rethinking Relationships.
Presentations, Programs, and Workshops
Health Promotion and Wellness offers a variety of presentations, programs, and workshops at no cost to the entire Illinois State University community. Request workshops online. For more information, contact Health Promotion and Wellness by phone at (309) 438-WELL (9355), email Wellness@IllinoisState.edu, or stop by the main office in 187 McCormick Hall.
Redbird Respect: Redbird Respect seeks to create a caring community at Illinois State University built on respect for yourself, respect for others, and respect of boundaries. Learn more.
ISU It’s On Us Campaign: Illinois State University has joined this national movement, sponsored by The White House, that educates about how to prevent sexual assault on college campuses.
Bird Watch: The Bird Watch is a campus safety program based on the success of the national Neighborhood Watch Program. The Bird Watch training stresses education and common sense as it teaches students, faculty, staff, and those in the surrounding community, how to help themselves by identifying and reporting safety concerns and suspicious activity when they see them. Learn more.