Through a wide variety of support programs and services, Health and Wellness Promotion at UCM can help you stay safe and healthy, and help you get connected to local community resources. We believe education, engagement, and prevention are powerful tools, and we're here to help you use them.
Our office uses the Spectrum of Prevention tool, which promotes a range of activities for effective prevention. Used nationally in prevention initiatives, including violence prevention and injury prevention, it provides a framework for a more comprehensive understanding of prevention, including six levels for strategy development. Learn more about the Spectrum of Prevention.
Green Dot is a way to reduce power-based personal violence on campus and in our community, through bystander intervention skills and a commitment to creating a culture that doesn't tolerate power-based personal violence.
Learn to make healthy choices regarding alcohol and drugs and how to respond to the choices of those around you.
To support student success and promote a safe and healthy environment at UCM, every first year student under the age of 24 must complete AlcoholEdu at the beginning of their college career.
Sexual Assault Prevention program
We believe you should have the opportunity to learn in a safe and civil environment, free from sexual and interpersonal violence. Sexual Assault Prevention is an engaging online program that provides you with important prevention skills and strategies to help promote respectful relationships.
All newly-admitted students are required to take and complete this program.
Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO
Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO is a short program that provides non-judgemental feedback.
Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO
Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO is a short program that provides non-judgemental feedback.
Off Campus Living
Check out this page for workshops to help you know your rights and responsibilities as a renter before you move off campus, places to rent, as well as community organizations and social services.
It's On Us student organization
This student organization raises awareness about sexual assault, dating violence, as well as stalking and effective prevention methods.
CCH staff are advisors to this organization.
To learn more about It's On Us, open your MyCentral account, then under Student, click “Activities” and search for It's On Us in the Special Interest category.
The Friendship Families program connects international students with local families and individuals to help build cultural awareness and appreciation, while providing students with a sense of connection to the Warrensburg community.
Educational Programs for Classes and Organizations
Our office provides fun and interactive educational programs for UCM students to help them make informed decisions.
To request a program for your class or organization, click below to complete a program request form.
If you are passionate about the issues we address and are interested in volunteering or interning in the Office of Campus Community Health, please contact our office at 660-543-8947.