The SHA Program is the volunteer peer health education program of the Health Promotion Services department at UC San Diego.
SHAs are trained to educate other students about health issues and concerns through educational workshops, events, and campaigns. The SHA Program is also a registered student organization on campus and has been twice voted "Most Outstanding Student Organization".
Visit the SHA Program website to:
- Learn more about the SHA Program and the services they offer the campus community
- Request services such as workshops and educational tabling
- Find out how to get involved with the SHA Program
- Discover information about SJA Program events and campaigns
Well-being Cluster Student Advisory Board
The Well-being Cluster Student Advisory Board
provides guidance to the Executive Director of Student Health and Well-being and the directors of the departments within the cluster (Student Health Services, Health Promotion Services, and Counseling and Psychological Services).
The WCSAB helps to ensure that the health and well-being needs of UC San Diego students are identified and met, and their interests are represented in the development of policies, programs and services that support their health and well-being. The board also helps to set future direction of health and well-being services including reviewing fees and providing input in the negotiations of the UC system-wide Student Health Insurance Plan (UCSHIP).
Contact a Health Educator at 858-534-1824 to learn more about how you can get involved.