Minnesota State Mankato's Health Education Office works to assist all students in learning ways to maintain and improve their health. Health Education offers a variety of services, and staff and volunteers are available to assist students with campus-wide health promotion, alcohol and drug education, peer education activities, and more.
Alcohol and Drug Education at Minnesota State Mankato strives to educate students on the risks of alcohol and other drugs by providing knowledge and practical skills allowing them to make healthy decisions.
Health Peers Reaching Out (Health PROs) is a volunteer organization coordinated through the Health Education Office.
The Relaxation Station offers an automatic massage chair and other services free of charge for currently enrolled Minnesota State Mankato students.
The Health Education office offers a variety of brand name condoms, including non-latex and non-lubricated condoms, all affordably priced.
The Health Education office offers Mental Health resources and opportunities for students to support personal mental health as well as the mental health and well being of the campus community.
The National College Health Assessment is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association to provide data about college students' habits, behaviors, and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics.
Health Education staff work with Minnesota State Mankato students, staff, and faculty to create and support a healthy campus community.