Outreach is our way of increasing college-student health awareness through prevention, education, and stigma reduction. Through outreach the SHWC staff members are able to connect with the larger IIT community and ultimately contribute to and strengthen student wellness.
SHWC provides a number of presentations, workshops, and consultation to students, faculty, and staff at IIT. Some examples of previous presentations include Stress Reduction, Healthy Eating, Sexual Health, Sexual Assault Prevention, Eating Disorder Awareness, World AIDS Day, and Suicide Prevention.
SHWC staff work with other campus partners, student groups, and individual students to create and provide outreach services. If you are interested in collaborating with us please complete our outreach request form.
Contact us at least two weeks in advance of your requested presentation date. While SHWC will make every effort to honor every request for collaboration, we reserve the right to limit outreach requests at any time based on center availability.
When submitting an outreach request please include the following:
- Name of Requestor
- Student or Faculty Member
- Contact Information
- Proposed Topic
- Date, Time, and Location of Program
- Anticipated Audience (i.e., students, faculty, staff)
- Estimated Number of Attendees
- Plan for Marketing
- Please also provide information about what you envision for this program
Current Events Scheduled
Freshman 15 - Safe Loving
Wednesday, February 14 from 12:45 p.m.-2:00pm in the McCormick Tribune Campus Center on the Bridge
Come join the Student Health & Wellness Center on Valentine's Day on the MTCC Bridge to learn about sexual health and earn fun prizes.
SPEAK Conversation Group - Visiting the DoctorWednesday, February 28th from 12:45-1:40pm in the IIT Tower, 6th floor (6C7-1)
SPEAK is an opportunity for both international and domestic students, faculty, and staff to get together, share experiences, and learn from one another. The goals of SPEAK are...
to engage both international and domestic students in conversation.
to have international and domestic students expand their cultural knowledge.
to make friends globally.
Come practice your english and learn words that are helpful when you visit the doctor!