The Juan Young Trust has awarded a $10,000 grant to Pacific University’s Campus Wellness program, in support of sexual violence prevention programming.
Mission: The mission of Campus Wellness is to promote the social health and wellbeing of Pacific students through comprehensive educational programming and support services. We strive to prevent interpersonal violence on our campus, promote harm reduction around drug and alcohol use, and decrease stress to improve the quality of life and overall well-being of Pacific students.
- Sexual violence prevention
- Healthy relationship promotion
- Harm reduction around drugs and alcohol
- Positive body image programs
- Stress Management
Confidential advocacy if you have had an unwanted or confusing sexual experience, experienced interpersonal violence or are concerned about your relationship:
Campus Wellness provides confidential advocacy. Advocates can help you process your experience, connect you to resources and explain your options for reporting. To meet with an advocate fill out this Advocacy Request Form. Someone will get back to you within 24 hours to set up a meeting. If you need immediate assistance you can contact the Sexual Assault Resource Center's 24 hour hotline: 503.640.5311
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The University Council recently approved a revision to the Student Code of Conduct to meet a requirement of recent changes to Oregon law regarding possession, consumption and distribution of tobacco products.
Check out the September 2017 Campus Wellness Newsletter to find out how you can enter to win a $20 Starbucks gift card.