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Programs and Services

The following programs are available to be scheduled for residence halls and student organizations.  Please click here to request a program.

Beer, Booze, and Books

Alcohol use is the most significant health problem concerning college students in America. This interactive session will provide students with the knowledge and skills to navigate responsible decisions making regarding alcohol and substance use. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Describe types of drinking behaviors, including abstinence, social drinkers, problem drinkers, and dependent drinkers.
  • Identify techniques to reduce harm if they choose to drink, including behavioral and social strategies.
  • Discuss academic, health, social, and legal consequences of alcohol and substance use.
  • Identify signs of alcohol poisoning and substance overdose and how to respond appropriately.
  • Think critically about personal and academic goals and how alcohol and substance use may impede success.

  Sexy Bingo

It’s time to talk about sex! Join Prevention and Outreach Services for an energetic and engaging new version of Sexy Bingo! Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Discuss birth control options, including abstinence, condom use, and birth controls.
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of common sexually transmitted infections.
  • Discuss the role of communication and respect in being sexually responsible.
  • List no-risk, low-risk, and high-risk sexual behaviors.
  • Describe campus and community resources related to sexual health.

  Choose Your Own Adventure: A Night out in Brockport

It’s time to ask yourself – what would you do? During this program participants will work through a variety of scenarios related to health and safety, identifying possible solutions to problems faced. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Define the bystander effect and reasons people do not intervene in risky, dangerous, or unhealthy situations.
  • Identify the warning signs of risky behaviors related to alcohol and substance use, violence, sexual assault, and mental health.
  • Demonstrate strategies to intervene in risky, dangerous, or unhealthy situations.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to health and safety.

BROCK the Bulge

Fitting exercise into your daily schedule and eating healthy can be difficult on a college student schedule. BROCK the Bulge will prepare participants to navigate the dining halls and off-campus food options, incorporate physical activity into their routines in creative ways, and manage time to promote overall health. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Use nutrition information and dining hall “color codes” to identify healthy food options on and off-campus.
  • Identify the components of a well-balanced meal.
  • Demonstrate exercises that can be completed in a residence hall or off-campus housing.
  • Develop a plan for incorporating healthy habits into daily routines.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to fitness, nutrition, and overall health.

  Put Your Stress to Rest!

Feeling overwhelmed – this program is for you! Learn 10 stress management techniques in 45 minutes or less! This program will touch on topics related to time management, sleep, meditation, nutrition, and play will be explored! Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Identify common stressors of college students.
  • Demonstrate stress management techniques that can be incorporated into daily routines.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to stress management and mental health.

iRespect

Like. Tweet. Snap. Text. The majority of college students are on some form of social media. iRespect explores social media and implications for healthy relationships, stalking, and personal safety. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Define The College at Brockport definitions of sexual misconduct and stalking.
  • Recognize the spectrum of relationship violence.
  • Conduct an analysis of personal online presence and information sharing.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to relationship violence and stalking prevention and intervention.

Caught in a Bad Romance

Why do we date, hook up, or want to be with someone? Most of us are attracted to someone we are interested in, but what happens when we are no longer interested, it gets boring, a conflict arises, or it gets downright scary? We’re not taught how to break up with someone and many of us don’t have much practice doing this. Caught in a Bad Romance explores communicating what you want, building healthy platonic and romantic relationships, and how to help a friend who may be in an unhealthy or abusive relationship. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Define healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships.
  • Understand the elements of the Power and Control Wheel.
  • Understand how communication styles, personal standards, and limits affect relationships.
  • Identify a variety of strategies to break up with an individual.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to relationship violence and stalking prevention and intervention.

Blurred Lines

Every day and everywhere, our environment may be supporting a rape culture. This program is designed to challenge your thinking through representations of rape culture and gender violence in print, movies, pictures, slang, and social media. Blurred Lines takes you out of your comfort zone and promotes discussions about culture change within your residence hall and the larger community. Specifically, participants in this program will:

  • Define The College at Brockport definitions of sexual misconduct and stalking.
  • Recognize the spectrum of relationship violence.
  • Conduct an analysis of personal online presence and information sharing.
  • Identify campus and community resources related to relationship violence and stalking prevention and intervention.

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