FAQ's

How is the Office of Health Promotion unique?

The Office of Health Promotion is committed to providing a premiere RESOURCE and REFERRAL hub for information on topics stretching the six dimensions of health – Social, Physical, Intellectual, Cultural, Emotional, and Spiritual.  Professional staff members are qualified to consult with students on the latest information on college health issues and develop programs and educational opportunities for students, while peer educators are trained to provide peer-to-peer programs on alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault, sexual health, nutrition, and fitness. 

The Office of Health Promotion is NOT a treatment center.  However, students who request more information and/or consultation about a psychological or medical concern are referred to the Holloway Counseling Center and Student Health Center, respectively.

The Office of Health Promotion works very closely with the Holloway Counseling Center and Student Health Center to ensure students are aware of their resources and services available to them as members of the Villanova community.

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Can I drop in at Health Promotion or do I need an appointment?

Any student is welcome to make an appointment or stop by Health Promotion at any time during regular office hours, Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm.  When available, a professional staff member will direct students to the most appropriate resources on topic(s) of interest. In the event that a staff member is not available to assist a drop-in student, a student may schedule an appointment to meet with a member of the Health Promotion staff at 610-519-7407.  Evening hours are available upon request.

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Is there a fee for Health Promotion services and resources?

All informational resources available at Health Promotion are FREE!  We aim to provide the most up-to-date and user-friendly resources for the Villanova community, and we encourage you to share them with others.

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What types of classes are available through Health Promotion?

Health Promotion sponsors a number of classes in a given semester. Classes typically offered in a given semester include, but are not limited to:

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