Be Smart. Be Safe.
Your physical and mental health is critical to being a successful student. Learn what’s out there to help you take the best care of yourself (and each other). And please, don’t forget to lock your doors to keep out unwanted visitors.
Student Health 101 is an online magazine provided to students and addresses the most prevalent issues on today’s campuses.
Michigan Tech Health and Wellness provides student programming and workshops on a variety of wellness issues: nutrition and healthy eating, physical activity, alcohol and drug education, sexual health, and more. They also coordinate healthy events such as the Bigfoot Snowshoe and annual blood drive. In addition, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion proves a Health and Wellness Resource Center located in the basement of the Hamar House (Bldg. 13). You can pick up free condoms there too.
Consent for any sexual activity is the centerpiece for preventing sexual coercion and unwanted sexual behavior. Consent can and should be incorporated as an essential and fun part of sexual communication. Likewise, it is a vital component of mutual pleasure and healthy sexuality.
The residence halls are more than a place to put all your stuff. They are a place to build relationships, discover your real potential, and develop your world view. By reading our Living Guide, you can learn ways to make your time here both enjoyable and safe for you and your peers.
Confidential counseling is available on campus through Counseling Services. The staff provides support to help students reach their academic and personal potential..