Office of Student Life

Student Wellness Center

Presentations

Nutrition

The Right Bite on a College Campus

Did you know only 8% of OSU college students eat the recommended five or more servings of fruits and vegetables? This interactive session provides students with ideas and resources for navigating campus dining options to create well-balanced meals, identify nutritious snacks, and address other topics like dietary needs, mindless eating, portion control strategies, and more! This presentation is intended for students with dining plans. 

From Recipe Rookie to Supermarket Savvy

Are you constantly grabbing fast food or stuck in a rut of having mac and cheese every day? Find out how you can plan easy, well-balanced meals that are delicious and nutritious to make. Discover tips and techniques for meal planning, grocery shopping, label reading, saving money, and more! This presentation is intended for students living off campus. 

Body Image

Body Image: Being Comfortable in Your 'Genes'

This discussion-based presentation addresses the many facets of body image, and how you can empower yourself and others towards positive body image.

Fitness

Motivated to Move

Did you know 70% of OSU students reported feeling confident they often/always exercise yet only 40% of students actually exercise? If you struggle to be active or aren't sure where to start, discover the benefits, guidelines and resources for physical activity, along with alternative activities you can do outside of the gym, and ways to stay motivated to move throughout college.

Student Wellness Center Overview

This 30 minute session will provide an overview of all the services that the Student Wellness Center offers, and also ways that you can become involved in our efforts. This session is useful for student or staff groups who are looking to learn more about the Student Wellness Center.

Nutrition Education and Coaching

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Requester Information

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Presentation Information


Please consult with your department head prior to scheduling a presentation (if applicable).

While every effort will be made to accommodate your request, presentation schedules depend upon the availability of the presenter. At least two weeks' notice is encouraged.