JSU Peer Educators and Counseling & Career Services
will be hosting a full slate of events on Wednesday, February 13 for
Sexual Responsibility Awareness Day.
From 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Peer Educators will be
located at the 2nd floor TMB lobby with helpful information
about sexual health. Topics to be covered include HPV, HIV/AIDS, birth
control, and sexually transmitted diseases. Tom Robertson, Cheaha-Coosa
Valley HIV Prevention Coordinator, will be available for consultation.
Confidential HIV/AIDS OraQuick testing will be
available from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on the 3rd floor of the
TMB. Health Services Center will be administering this rapid-response
test free of charge.
At 3:00 p.m., Todd Prater will be presenting a
workshop on Healthy Relationships in room 303 TMB. Join us as our CCS
Testing Coordinator shares his perspective of what is important in
making our relationships work.
Ole Pete Key will be performing a special AIDS
awareness concert at 5:00 PM in the Jack Hopper Dining Hall. The concert
will be an interactive performance incorporating music, drama, and
poetry in an effort to raise awareness and encourage low-risk behavior.
While the concert is free, normal dining fees apply. For more
information, visit Ole Pete Key’s
website. JSU Housing and Residence Life, Sodexho Dining Services,
and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. have joined together with JSU Peer
Educators and CCS to help make this event possible.
The purpose of Sexual Responsibility Awareness Day is to provide
students with the information necessary to make good decisions about
their sexual health. JSU Peer Educators and CCS staff encourage the
university community to attend as many events as possible as we promote
sexual responsibility on Sexual Responsibility Awareness Day.
More information relating to the issues of sexual
health and responsibility is available
through the Bacchus Network at
Counseling and Career Services sponsors a variety of
workshops and events designed to assist students in their career, education, and
personal development. These programs are provided free of charge to members of
the JSU community.