Outreach Activities include the annual Health Fair, Collegiate Smokeout, AIDS Awareness Week, Sexual Responsibility Week, Healthy Heart Awareness, and Safe Spring Break Week. In addition, many informal presentations concerning sexual health issues are given in the Residence Halls, classrooms and student organizations. To schedule presentations, or to help with an activity please call Mary McDaniel Anschutz at
Men's Health Presentations
Testicular cancer kills more than 400 young men each year--find out how to prevent it and test for it...Trying to quit chewing tobacco? Talk to us! Men also need to learn more about contraception--we have the answers!
Contact Mary McDaniel Anschutz at the Health Center 620-341-5222 if you would like to schedule a presentation for your group on important men's issues!
Sexual responsibility is important! And it is up to YOU!
Take responsibility for your actions! Contact Mary McDaniel Anschutz in the Student Health Center for a presentation or to get brochures for your group at 620-341-5222.
College students, especially those who live in close contact with others, (i.e., residence halls, Greek houses, etc.) are at a higher risk for contracting bacterial meningitis. While your personal risk of contracting bacterial meningitis may be relatively low, many cases are fatal, and those who survive often have permanent disabilities.
ESU Student Wellness offers the meningitis vaccine for $120. To meet the vaccination requirement you must have one dose of Menactra or Menveo given on or after the 16th birthday. Contact Mary McDaniel Anschutz in the Student Wellness Center Center for details 620-341-5222.
Are you up-to-date on your immunizations? Contact the Student Wellness Center to check 620-341-5222.
The Student Health Center offers several flu vaccine clinics each fall for students, faculty and staff. For those who don't have insurance, there is a minimal cost $10 for students. Watch the Hornet Announcements for time/place of these clinics.
Have you ever had your blood sugar tested? Each time we screen a group of students' blood sugar, we find some folks who were diabetic and didn't know it! Don't be surprised! Have your blood sugar checked and start living a healthier lifestyle now! Call 620-341-5222 for an appointment.