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 Our Health Promotion staff and  Wellness Resource Center volunteers are committed to helping people make informed, voluntary, and health-promoting behavior changes,by thinking critically about lifestyle choices, that will enhance wellbeing and academic success.  Our services include:

  • Offering a tobacco cessation program featuring one-on-one coaching sessions, resources, and tips to help you kick the habit
  • Encouraging sexually active students to be safer by offering low-cost condoms through the Condom Club
  • Promoting safe exercise through sales of bike helmets, lights, other cycling accessories, pedometers, plus helmets for skiing/snowboarding & skateboarding/rollerblading.
  • Giving easy access to health education materials including: brochures, newsletters, and other resources on a wide variety of health-related topics including, but not limited to: alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, healthy relationship, nutrition, physical fitness, sexual health, and stress management
  • Free consultations on health-related topics with a professional health educator
  • Providing orientation presentations and tours of Hall Health Center

Student Volunteer Program

The Health Promotion Department offers students an opportunity to gain meaningful volunteer experience, serving the UW community in the Wellness Resource Center.  To learn more about becoming a Wellness Resource Center Volunteer, contact Mark Shaw at 206-616-8476 or