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Take advantage of our engaging and thought-provoking conversations about health and wellness. Participants will be encouraged to discuss their thoughts on these various topics and in turn, have the tools to make healthier choices.

If you would like to have someone facilitate a presentation at your location (residence hall, fraternity/sorority house, athletic team, class, RSO, etc.) please fill out the form located below. Keep in mind that most of our presentations are 45 minutes to an hour long. For planning purposes, all presentations must be requested 2 weeks in advance from the anticipated presentation date. After completing your request, a CHAW staff will contact you within 4 business days.

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Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

  • Facts on Tap: For a long time, alcohol has been and will be a hot topic on college campuses. In this health talk, students will discuss how alcohol affects the body, signs of alcohol poisoning, protective strategies to use when drinking, and FSU's Medical Amnesty policy and bystander behavior.
  • Beyond Booze: Alcohol gets a lot of air time on campus, but what about other drugs? This presentation covers the basics of how various drugs work in the human body, short and long-term effects of lesser known drugs ranging from tobacco to cocaine to LSD and more, and how students can help to create a safer, drug-free community.
  • When it Comes to Cannabis: There can be a lot of misinformation out there about cannabis, and it’s a subject that we often find in state and national news. This presentation is a wellness-focused overview of the facts, research and current laws surrounding cannabis, directly addressing myths about cannabis and misperceived social norms.
  • AOD 101 AOD 101: Alcohol and other drugs 101 is an offering that, while combining some elements of the other presentations, has an emphasis on harm reduction. This requires more interaction from the attendees as their opinions and beliefs help direct the discussion. AOD 101 is available for all University groups and organizations.

LIFT – Recovery @ FSU

  • LIFT: There are students, both undergrad and grad, wanting the socialization of college but not wanting to be around the triggers that can keep them from maintaining their sobriety...there may be students that are also looking to adopt an abstinent friendly lifestyle...this presentation goes into a description of what a college recovery program at FSU is, what it is not, what is offered and how students, staff and faculty can direct students to it.


  • Nutrition for Wellness: From fueling your brain to your feet, eating on campus and staying within your budget; we've got you covered in this health talk on nutrition for college students on the go.
  • Intuitive Eating: Wondering what is the key to both confidence and well-being? It's listening to your body and dieting keeps you from living a life based on internal cues and forces you to follow external rules and regulations. Intuitive eating focuses on nurturing your body not depriving it, encourages you to honor your hunger, feel your fullness, explore food satisfaction and discover the weight your body is meant to be. This presentation teaches you the principals of intuitive eating and helps you develop a positive relationship with food, eating and your body.

Power Based Personal Violence

  • Green Dot: This inspiring and interactive presentation focuses on what everyone can do in their daily lives to decrease power-based personal violence. This presentation can range from 40-90 minutes depending on the groups preference.
  • Rewriting the Norms: A 60–minute presentation that delves into the culture that perpetuates power-based personal violence. This presentation will look at the history, media, and experience of survivors. Participants will dialogue on the issue and brainstorm ways that they can contribute to culture change.
  • You+Me+We: An interactive conversation that focuses on college dating culture, creating healthy relationships, establishing consent, and being there to support a friend. The presentation emphasizes the importance of communication and boundaries in all types of relationships. You are guaranteed to learn something new about yourself and others.

Sexual Health

  • Sex Ed: Upgraded, fun and informative about the basic of safe and enjoyable sex. This presentation covers safer sex techniques and products, consent, campus sexual health resources, and statistics on FSU students' sexual behavior.
  • Hookup Culture: This interactive presentation looks at national, generational, and FSU campus trends on dating, sex, and hookups. Are Millennials and Z's really living in a "hookup culture"? We also explore what research tells us about consent, pleasure, and safety during hookups.
  • Viva la Vulva: In this fun presentation we explore the vulva. We look at how the vulva is portrayed in culture, art, and pornography. This presentation attempts to overcome insecurities by focusing on vulva diversity, clitoral orgasm, vulva health, masturbation, and sex toys.
  • Condom Bingo/Kahoot: This isn't your grandparent’s bingo (or maybe it is!) but most this is a fun and engaging way to learn about safer sex, sexuality and sex history which competing for the glory of being the Condom Bingo Champion. This option is now available virtually in a kahoot style game!
  • Other Topics: Curious about other topics relating to sexual health and safer sex? Let us know your goals, you will then chat with our sexual health coordinator in detail to figure out if we can meet your needs, and if not, refer you to other resources. Some samples requests are:
    • Sex, Gender, & Sexuality – identity and finding oneself in college.
    • Does Size Matter – our relationships with our bodies and how it impacts sex.
    • How to Teach Sex Ed? – learn evidence-based techniques for teaching sexuality in formal or informal settings.
    • Queer Sex Ed – while all our presentations are inherently inclusive, this has some expanded conversations for our LGBTQ+ community.
    • Sex Confessions – you and your organization generate the content for this presentation through questions submitted prior to the program, and it operates Q&A style


  • Live Well FSU: Between class, work, a social life and all of the other duties of life, how can a college student strive to be well at FSU? It's not as hard as you think! Find out in this health talk.
  • Sleep Well: As a college student, there are many factors that may make maintaining a regular sleep schedule difficult, such as living in residence hall, studying for exams, late classes, and socializing. This presentation will give some suggestions on ways you can modify your daily routine to promote better sleep.

Campus Partner Presentations

Title IX (Policy and Process)

  • 37 Words: A guide to Title IX: This 45–60 minute presentation explains what Title IX is, defines sexual misconduct and discusses how to file a report and what happens after a report is made. The presentation can be tailored for audiences of students or faculty and staff.
  • Title IX Reporting: This 30 minute presentation educates faculty and staff about their reporting obligations under Title IX.

Victim Advocate Program (Services and Survivor Support)

  • Victim Advocate Program (VAP): This presentation will provide participants with a basic understanding of the services offered by the VAP, including how referrals are received and who qualifies for our services. Power-based personal violence offenses will be discussed as well as the university conduct process and options for evidence collection and reporting to law enforcement.
  • Survivor Support: Provided by VAP staff, this presentation will discuss ways to help someone who has suffered trauma, especially a sexual assault. Options and resources will be discussed as well as practical things we can do to help a friend or family member and how we can take care of ourselves when helping others after a victimization.
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