The Meadows Center for Health Resources provides more than just one-on-one services. Student groups, classrooms, and student organizations can invite the Meadows Center to provide programming on a wide variety of health and wellness issues. All programs are free and can include risky behaviors, sexual assault and dating violence, nutrition, fitness, wellness, sexual responsibility, sexually transmitted infections, stress management, birth control, women's health and more! For more information call (940) 565-2787. To request a program, please complete a MCHR Program Request Form. Please keep in mind that the Health Educators facilitate programming all over the campus for many different departments, organizations, and staff/faculty, so have multiple dates in mind when requesting a program.
The Meadows Center for Health Resources offers a variety of programs for the on-campus needs of the students of the University of North Texas. Programs are conducted by trained professionals and certified peer educators who are knowledgeable in pertinent areas of health education. The purpose of these presentations is to enable UNT students to make responsible and informed decisions regarding their health and wellbeing. Programs are often serious in nature but presenters strive, whenever possible, to make these presentations light-hearted, fun and informative.
Eagle Watch: A Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention Program: Eagle Watch strives to empower UNT students to be able to recognize potentially harmful situations and choose to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the Eagle Watch program for your student organization, classroom, or residence hall. Participants will be eligible to receive a certificate of completion and giveaways.