Health Promotion Programs

  • The Health Center will have Seasonal Flu vaccines available mid-September 2019. Please call (310) 243-3629 for more information or to make an appointment. Students with ID can get their vaccine at no cost; Faculty and Staff shots cost $15.00.
  • Optometry Services: If you are interested in an appointment with our Optometrist, please call and leave a message at (310) 243-3629.
  • Healthy Tuesdays
  • Kick the Stigma Tuesdays
  • HIV Testing
  • Join SHAC
  • MRP-455: Mass Reduction Program
  • Health & Wellness Pop-ups: Look for pop-ups around campus with different health-related topics throughout the semester.

Healthy Tuesdays -

Dates/times TBD

Kick the Stigma

Dates/times TBD

Wellness on Wheels

Watch for the Health Mobile as it makes it's way around campus during the Spring semester. Check our social media sites (Instagram @torohealth; Facebook /torohealth/; Twitter @torohealth) for pop-up locations.

Free HIV Testing - Simple Oral Swab Test, Results in 30 Minutes!

Located behind the Student Health Center

  • September 3 and September 11
  • October 1, October 9 and October 30
  • November 5 and November 13
  • December 3 and December 11

Weight Loss Support Group - MRP-455 (Mass Reduction Plan)

This is an open support group for men & women of all sizes who are struggling with their weight, nutrition, and/or food. Student Health Center physician Sophia Momand will give you an overview of that disease and introduce the new MRP-455, which is an intelligent tool that can be used in the treatment and prevention of obesity. Fall semester support group dates and times are TBA.

Blood Drive
  • TBD
Body Shop Talk - The Student Health & Psychological Services Newsletter

Stop by Student Health & Psychological Services and pick up a quarterly newsletter. 

Student Health and Wellness Fair

The Fall Health & Wellness Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, October 30, 2019.

Peer Health Educator - Internship Program (Fall and Spring Semesters)

What is the Peer Health Education Program?

Peer Health Educators (PHE) are students who teach their peers about physical and mental health by conducting presentations, discussions, small group workshops, and outreach activities. Under the guidance of the Health Educator, the PHEs will undergo training so that they can provide preventative education for the CSUDH student body.

 Benefits of Becoming a PHE

  • Improved leadership and communication skills
  • Program planning and presentation skills
  • Increased knowledge about a wide range of health topics
  • An opportunity to make a difference in the health of CSUDH students
  • Recognition for volunteerism and service learning
  • Interaction and collaboration with various campus organizations
  • Resume enhancement
  • Improved self-awareness
  • Networking opportunities
  • Internship positions (for class credit or volunteer) available throughout the year

The Application Process:

Please submit the following items to the PHE advisor, JoAnn Aragon-Valdivia, at or drop off them at the Student Health Center (across from Welch Hall).

1) Peer Health Educator Application [PDF]

2) Cover letter and current resume (detailing employment; if no employment, then school and volunteer experience).

3) A recent (written within 6 months) writing sample on any health or wellness-related topic, approximately one page+ in length.

The staff reviews all completed applications. Applicants that may be appropriate for the program will be invited to a brief interview (approximately 15 minutes). Students will be notified of the decision approximately one week after the interview.

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