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Schedule a Presentation

The William Magee Center for Wellness Education is available to assist you in designing and presenting a variety of classroom presentations, workshops, student organization, or residence hall programs to meet your programming needs. No need to cancel a class again – schedule an educator to visit instead!

***Presentations must be scheduled at least two (2) weeks prior to your presentation date***

If you want to schedule a presentation for your EDHE class please click here.

A Student Wellness Ambassador, employee from the William Magee Center for Wellness Education, or Coordinator of Wellness Education will facilitate the presentation.

EDHE Presentation Topics:

  1. Physical Wellness 101: School Survival Guide (Physical Wellness)
  2. Keep Calm and Keep Your Mental Health Strong (Mental Wellness)
  3. Taking the ‘Risky” out of ‘Frisky’ (Sexual Wellness)
  4. Alcohol and Other Drugs

*Filling out the form does not mean you have a presentation scheduled. You will receive an email confirmation once your request is processed.

For other presentation requests, please use the table below:


Presentation Topic Time Length Audience Type Audience Size Schedule Presentation
Event Monitor Training 50 minutes — 1 hr Greek-affiliated organization, Student Organization Up to 350 individuals
Breast Cancer Awareness 30 minutes On Campus Department, Student Organization N/a
Dimensions of Wellness 45 minutes — 50 mins Academic classes Up to 30 individuals
Physical Wellness 45 minute — 50 mins Academic classes Up to 30 individuals
Miscellaneous Topic Time varies Audience Varies N/a


NOTE: Depending on the time of the semester and the volume of requests we have, we will try but may not be able to provide a last minute program. The more notice you give us for a presentation, the more likely we will be able to fulfill your request.

Presentation Topics

Common presentation topic areas include:

  • Alcohol, Tobacco, and/or Drugs in College
    • Underage issues
    • Cessation services
    • Physiology
    • BAC
    • Laws/Policies
    • Helping a friend
    • Harm Reduction
  • Sexual Health & Safer Sex
    • Anatomy
    • Communication
    • Context of sex – penile/vaginal/oral/anal/etc
    • Disease prevention, barrier methods
    • Contraception methods
    • Abstinence
    • Designed for men and/or women
  • Relaxation, Coping, and Stress Management Tips (Counseling Center also has programs)
  • Healthy Eating, Fitness & Nutrition
  • Disease Prevention
    • Hand washing during cold/flu season
    • Breast/Skin/Testicular self exams
    • Heart health
  • Holiday/Spring Break Survival
  • General Wellness, Men’s Health, Women’s Health
  • Rape & Sexual Assault Prevention (Contact Violence Prevention Office: 662-915-1059)
  • Dating Violence & Unhealthy Relationships (Contact Violence Prevention Office: 662-915-1059)