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Health & Counseling Center

Health & Counseling Center

Health Promotion

Vision
The Department of Health Promotion envisions a future where every member of the DU community will have the opportunity to learn, connect, and thrive in a supportive campus community.

Mission
Health Promotion works to achieve our vision by cultivating a thriving DU community through education, engagement, and sociocultural change.

Values
Health Promotion strives to embody the University's values of Excellence, Innovation, Engagement, Integrity, and Inclusiveness. For more information on Health Promotion's commitment to these values, click here.

news & upcoming events

INTERVENE: DU ACTIVE BYSTANDER TRAINING REQUIREMENT
All new DU students (including first year and transfer students) are required to participate in an interactive Intervene: DU session by February 10th. Each session is 75 minutes and offered daily through the Fall Quarter. If a new student does not attend an Intervene: DU session, a hold will be placed on their account, preventing registration for Spring 2020 classes.

Register for a training here. Learn more about the education requirement and gender violence prevention here.


Pleasure Pack Delivery Service

PLEASURE PACK DELIVERY SERVICE
Want to get free safer sex supplies delivered to you? Try out our new Pleasure Pack Delivery Service! Students are able to request one package of safer sex supplies per quarter delivered to their on-campus residence hall mailbox or for pick-up from HCC-Asbury. For more information and to order, click here.