Use the presentation request form below. If we can accommodate your request, we will.  Some requests may not be able to be filled due to constraints of virtual platforms.  Thank you for taking good care of our university community!  We look forward to working with you.

To Schedule a Presentation:

  1. Read the descriptions below,
  2. Complete and submit the online Presentation Request Form.  Include info about online or in-person delivery (including COVID-19 safety precautions).  
  3. Submit at least 2 weeks prior to the requested date.  Requests are filled based on the availability of our facilitation team.
  4. We may not be able to fulfill more than one request for your group or class, and in-person requests.

Presentation Topics:

Scroll down to view presentation options in each of the following topic areas:

  • COVID Connect
  • Alcohol
  • Dating and Healthy Relationships
  • Dental
  • Marijuana
  • Mindfulness
  • Nutrition
  • Sexual Health
  • Stress Management
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Tobacco
  • Well-being

COVID Connect

We are all facing a huge amount of change as we learn to cope during the pandemic. This session explores the various challenges that each of us are facing and will guide you through evidenced based self-care and coping strategies. This can help you make some changes to your life right now, even if you don’t have a lot of time or even energy. You will learn about COVID- Connect, 6 coping strategies that can make a big difference. Campus resources will also be discussed so participants know that support is available. This session can be tailored for student leaders and mentors.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 50– 75 minutes


Dude, where’s my car?

Participants take part in a hands-on, interactive discussion about alcohol serving sizes, as well as the alcohol content of different beverages. They learn how alcohol affects the body and how much time sobering up takes. BAC (Blood Alcohol Level) is explained, along with how to calculate it and why it is important to know. Participants will also explore how more is not necessarily better and when drinking is the most risky and what can be done to reduce risk.

Option:  An optional addition to this program includes a Marijuana Quiz.  This quiz is brief and includes facts about potency, sleep effects, local laws, memory/cognition, edibles and more. If you would like this option, please select the Alcohol- Dude, where’s my car? (With Marijuana Quiz) on the Presentation Request Form.

Presenters: C.R.E.W.S peer educators 
Duration: Average time 30-45 minutes
Minimum: 8 people
Maximum: 100+ people


Dating and Healthy Relationships

In this presentation, participants will develop an understanding of relationship expectations and where these expectations come from. They learn about the characteristics of a healthy relationship and establishing healthy, personal boundaries. Participants also will explore ways to identify and avoid unhealthy relationships and learn about resources available on campus and in the community.
Presenters: Women and Gender Advocacy Center staff
Duration: Average time 30-45 minutes
Minimum: 8 people
Maximum: 100+ people
Please contact the Women and Gender Advocacy Center at (970) 491-6384 to schedule this presentation.


Dental Health

Learn about soda/pop and caffeine effects on tooth enamel as well as oral piercings/systemic contraindications for overall oral health. Participate in a general dental Q & A discussion. Presenters: CSU Health Network Dental Services Staff
Duration: 30 -60 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 40 people


Marijuana + You

In this educational dialogue, participants will learn and consider some of the good and not-so-good things about marijuana use and how it affects the brain. University, local, and state rules and regulations, as well as safety tips will be shared.  Participants will also be asked to examine how marijuana may play a role in their life.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 60 minutes
Minimum: 6 people
Maximum: 30 people


What Can Mindfulness Do for You?

Participants will learn how to begin to restore a balanced sense of health and well-being by applying simple mindfulness principles. This interactive presentation introduces mindfulness as a way to train ourselves to be in the present moment with more attentiveness, awareness and acceptance. This presentation allows ample opportunities to practice mindfulness skills and walk away having learned something new that can be immediately applied to lead a more meaningful and less stressful life.
Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 45 – 90 minutes
Minimum: 6 people
Maximum: 60 people


Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center Presentations

Explore and request at:

Nominal cost.  Serve off campus and students living in apartments.

Nutrition 101

Participants will learn the basics of good nutrition. They will also become better equipped to translate expert nutrition recommendations into practical, everyday behavior choices.
Presenter: Registered Dietitian from University Housing
Duration: 45 minutes for the class and up to 15 minutes for Q/A

Shopping Savvy

In this session, participants learn how to shop for healthy food without going broke. Education is provided about how to make cost-conscious decisions in the grocery store that can lead to an affordable, healthy diet.
Presenter: Registered Dietitian from University Housing
Duration: 45 minutes for the class and up to 15 minutes for Q/A

Intuitive Eating

Participants learn about making good nutrition choices to promote weight management with a non-diet approach. There will be a focus on making lasting, life-long nutritional changes that help students build a positive relationship with food.
Presenter: Registered Dietitian from University Housing
Duration: 45 minutes for the class and up to 15 minutes for Q/A


Condom Line Up

In this interactive session, participants will learn the proper steps to using a condom (using bananas and condoms). They also learn about ways to best negotiate condom use and the importance of consent. Expect a lively group discussion about information learned.
Presenters: C.R.E.W.S peer educators
Duration: 20-30 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 60 people

Sex Trivia

In this fun and interactive program, students team up to test their sexual health knowledge while engaging in friendly competition with peers. This sex positive program is designed to education students about sexual health information, consent, and resources offered at CSU

Duration: Average time 45-60 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 75 people


The Stress Less Program

During this interactive presentation, participants will gain a better understanding of the stress response, the positive and negative effects of stress, and the influence of the mind/body connection to stress management. Students will participate in discussion and activities to help them better understand causes of stress, how to identify stress warning signs, and how to utilize different coping techniques and resources.
Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 60-70 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 100+ people


Notice and Respond: Friend 2 Friend

The Notice and Respond workshops were developed as part of a broad public health approach to help our campus community understand the potential role they play in maintaining campus mental health. Students are offered the interactive peer-to-peer session to learn what to look for when a friend is struggling, how to talk about it, and where to find support. Using a realistic filmed scenario, facilitated discussion, and a review of campus resources, students are given tools and information to help them take care of themselves and keep their friends safe and healthy. Participants also discuss common concerns that may prevent them from reaching out to others.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff

Duration: 60-90 minutes

Minimum: 10 people

Maximum: 50+


Know What You’re Smokin’

In this unique presentation, participants examine the world of hookah smoking, associated risk of smoking hookah and ways to reduce those risks. Information on tobacco cessation recourses available to CSU students is provided.
Presenters: C.R.E.W.S peer educators and CSU Health Network Staff
Duration: 30 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 200+ people

Tobacco 101

In this presentation, participants learn interesting tobacco facts, including: what is in a cigarette, the health effects of second-hand smoke on humans and pets and the truth about chewing tobacco. Participants will also explore how the tobacco industry targets and markets to college students and resources for quitting tobacco are presented.
Presenters: C.R.E.W.S peer educators and CSU Health Network Staff
Duration: 30-60 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 200+ people


A Full Life: Pathways to Well-being

What makes a good life? Come learn about the three pathways to well-being supported by research in positive psychology: pleasure, engagement, and meaning. Having these well supported in your life helps you to be more resilient and have a greater sense of well-being.   You will have the opportunity to assess which pathways you are currently pursuing in your life and ones that are missing. Engage in a hands-on activity that will help you notice what brings you pleasure, engagement, and meaning in your everyday life. Tips will be provided on how to utilize these pathways to move toward a more balanced and full life. Join in this interactive and informative workshop.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 60– 90 minutes

Physical Self-Care Workshop

During this interactive workshop, participants learn about maintaining effective physical self-care practices, including: good eating, exercise, and sleeping habits.  Participants are introduced to the importance of practicing physical self-care and are provided with helpful tips/tricks as well as resources in these three different areas.  Participants engage in relevant discussions, complete their own self-care assessment, and take away a self-drafted plan to implement in their own lives.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 50-75 minutes
Minimum: 10 people
Maximum: 60 people

Rams Fail Forward

If you’ve experienced failure, you’re not alone. Most of us are hard-wired to avoid the pain of failure. This innate response can reduce our capacity to recover and can negatively impact our health.  Yet, failure has so much it can teach us.  Learn the steps we can take to help us cope, learn, and grow from life’s inevitable difficulties.

Presenters: Health Education and Prevention Staff
Duration: 45-60 minutes