The Office of Health Promotion strives to create a safe and healthy campus environment where the OHIO community can flourish through an emphasis on self-empowerment, inclusive peer health education and evidence-based and trauma-informed practices.
of Ohio University students are in the healthy majority for drinking
of OHIO students drink in a low-risk way
of students report that they would know how to step in if they saw someone who was intoxicated and trying to take advantage of someone sexually
Ohio University has seen a 58 percent decrease in high-risk drinking from 2003 – 2019
Programs are intended to support your health and well-being. Examples of topics covered in our programming includes: healthy sexuality, alcohol and drug harm reduction, violence prevention, stress and more!
BETTER BYSTANDERS PROGRAMS
The Better Bystanders offer a variety of violence prevention programs to student groups, classes, and residence halls. Better Bystanders programs will not be offered while Ohio University is responding to the global health situation.
The Health Promotion staff provides health and well-being programs for the campus community. Virtual versions of pro-staff programs are being offered through downloadable PowerPoints that can be viewed remotely.