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Please select a workshop from the list below. Take note of available dates/times and refer to our website for workshop descriptions. Please keep in mind that the latest start time for a workshop is 6 p.m.
Alcohol and Other Drugs

This program focuses on helping students identify negative and harmful consequences of high-risk alcohol use.

It acknowledges that abstinence from alcohol is the safest option but not always the most acceptable choice for students. Thus, the program focuses on harm reduction as opposed to a "just say no" approach. The presenters approach this topic in a fun, interactive, positive, and intellectually stimulating manner.

Available:
Day of the week
Hours available
Mondays 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Tuesdays 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Thursdays 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Marijuana: A Blunt Discussion on the Facts

Want to make sure you understand the Oregon State and Corvallis laws on marijuana? Want to see just how many students on OSU's campus are using marijuana? Want to learn how marijuana affects your body and your studies? Then join us for this interactive presentation to get you in the know regarding marijuana.

Can be requested during the times below:
Day of the week
Hours available
Tuesday 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Wednesday 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Thursday 9am – 8pm* The workshop must end by 8pm 
Addressing Stigma and Making OSU a Recovery Supportive Home

This workshop will use clips from the documentary "The Anonymous People" to prompt a discussion about what it is like for someone who is in recovery from addiction to be a student on a university campus.

Students will be encouraged to think about the stigma that is placed on those who face addiction or who are in recovery.

Students will discuss the ways a typical campus can be a hostile environment to those facing addiction or who are in recovery, as well as explore the resources for addiction and recovery support on OSU’s campus and will be empowered to be an advocate for increasing this support.

Hazing Awareness & Education

It's time to start talking about how seemingly benign traditions can negatively impact the lives of students and communities. Through this workshop, your organization will learn about the continuum of behaviors that constitute hazing, OSU’s hazing policy, and how we can influence positive approaches to community-building and team-bonding.

Can be requested during the times below:
Day of the week
Available evening hours
Monday 5pm - 7pm
Tuesday 5pm - 7pm
Sunday 12pm-5pm (Jan. 28, Feb. 11, March 11, April 8, May 13 only)
Sexual Health Awareness Workshop

This interactive workshop brings everyone up to speed on what it means to have safer sex.

Through inclusive activities and discussion, participants will explore what safer sex is and what it means for them.

Participants will learn to dispel common myths about sex and sexuality and feel more prepared to protect themselves and their partners. STI testing and other campus resources will be shared. 

Can be requested during the times below:  
Day of the week
Available evening hours
Monday 5-8 pm 
Tuesday 5-8 pm 
Thursday 5-8 pm  
Sexual Violence Prevention: The Beavers Give a Dam Series - Beavs Believe (90 minutes)

The goal of this training is to create empathy and support for survivors, decrease victim blame on campus and learn to cultivate a safe and caring community at Oregon State. By the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe what sexual violence is
  • Evaluate the ways in which rape myths and victim blaming contribute to sexual violence
  • Employ useful skills to support a survivor

Contact the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center for more details.

Sexual Violence Prevention workshops can be requested during the times below:
  • Monday - Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. 
  • Thursday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
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