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Health Promotion Services

Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health.  We are here to help Carnegie Mellon students, staff, and faculty get and stay healthy.  We do this through individual clinical services, health education programs, and campus initiatives

Available at the Clinic

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Nutrition Education
  • Alcohol/Other Drug Assessment and Referral
  • Quit Smoking Support
  • Stress Management Consultation

Health Education

We offer a variety of educational programs, including:

Peer Health Programs

REACT Alcohol Education Class 

Health Education Workshops

Mini Courses: Relationships 101; Managing Stress, Restoring Harmony; and Personal Nutrition

For information or to request a program, contact us (General Nutrition and Health Promotion Questions).

Schedule Nutrition and Health Education appointments at HealthConnect

Health Bulletin Boards

Would you like health education materials to display in your area?  Check out our bulletin board kits below.  We'll feature a new topic each month- just click, print, & post!  All files are PDFs.

August:  Welcome Students
September: Flu Prevention