Healthy Campus Summit

On Friday October 20, 2017, the University of South Carolina will host the annual Healthy Campus Summit, a free, one day conference providing colleges and universities with information, tools and resources for engaging a campus community for the benefit of creating a healthy campus environment.

The theme of this year’s summit will be Generation Z & College Health: Connecting with the connected.

Conference topics and presentations will include:

  • Identifying and mitigating barriers to access and utilization of healthcare and health promotion initiatives for the Generation Z student.
  • How to capitalize on the positive and mitigate the negative effects of technology and online engagement on individuals and campus health culture.
  • Utilizing practices, policies, systems and environmental strategies to engage with Generation Z about health topics in new and innovative ways on a college campus.

Healthy Campus Summit Agenda

Healthy Campus Summit Presentations

    Enhancing the Wellbeing of Generation Z.pdf (724.4 KB) 
    Expectations and Realities of Health Information Dissemination on Campus - A.pdf   (1.3 MB) 
    Sex, Love, and Instagram_Relationships in the Digital Age.pdf   (1.6 MB) 
    The Myth of the Fragile college student.pdf   (841.6 KB) 
    The Future of Peer Education is Here! ...And It’s Magical..pdf   (790.4 KB) 
    Mems and Gifs and Emojis Oh My! The art of communicating with Generation Z.pdf   (1.7 MB) 
    Generational Differences_Communication with the College Students as College .pdf   (1.6 MB) 

Free CHES/MCHES credits may be available for this conference.

The 2017 Healthy Campus Summit is hosted by Healthy Campus Initiatives within Student Health Services in support of the campus’ Healthy Carolina vision to create a healthy campus environment through the collaborative development, promotion and assessment of policies, programs, services and initiatives that address all dimensions of wellness for the members of the University of South Carolina campus community.

For more information, call 803-777–3164.

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