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Health Promotion Pullman Service and Activity Fee Historical Data

Listed below are the infrastructure support and intended services Health Promotion provides through the Pullman campus Service and Activity Fee.

S&A Fee Usage

Usage2019-2020 Allocation
Salaries $129,482.00
Graduate Assistants $45,511.00
Student Wages $35,180.00
Modernization Fee $2,102.00
Benefits $67,512.00
Personal Service Contracts $-
Goods & Services (Copying, Printing, Office Supplies, Training) $24,510.00
Travel $8,000.00
Equipment $1,500.00
Capital/Facilities Projects $-
Total $313,797.00

Allocations (2014–Present)

YearTotal Allocation% Change
2019-2020 (FY20)$313,797.0015.04%
2018-2019 (FY19)$272,775.00-22.04%
2017-2018 (FY18)$349,876.0015.36%
2016-2017 (FY17)$303,285.001.33%
2015-2016 (FY16)$299,304.003.48%
2014-2015 (FY15)$289,240.00n/a

Mental & Emotional Health Promotion 2019-2020

  1. Campus-wide collaboration
    • Coordinate campus-wide goals for promoting mental health and preventing suicide among students, including the Campus Mental Health Collaborative, the JED Campus Program, and a suicide prevention grant
    • Collaborated with the JED Foundation to create postvention protocols and to review crisis-related strategic plans for WSU
    • Developed an Annual Day of Recognition event
    • Coordinate campus-wide data collection, including the Healthy Minds Study and for state-wide Senate Bill 6514, to inform program and policy development regarding mental health
  2. Programming
    • Coordinate mental health programs, including Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and Campus Connect
      • 10 MHFA workshops provided with 162 students being trained
      • 15 Campus Connect workshops provided with 493 students being trained
      • 3 Mental Health & Suicide Prevention workshops provided with 91 students participating
    • Provide trainings to hundreds of staff and faculty annually (including Residence Life, Center for Community Standards, and faculty/academic departments) to support the mental, physical, and emotional health of students
    • Provide workshops and outreaches for students in academic reinstatement, residence halls, fraternities and sororities, etc.
  3. Provide mental health resources which are available for students
    • Online mental health screening tool available to all students
    • “Helping Students in Distress” materials which are distributed campus-wide
    • A text message-based stress management program for students, staff, and faculty with an average of 800 student participants per week

Peer Health Leadership & Education 2019-2020

  1. Provides support for about 40 peer health educator roles, having opportunities to facilitate workshops and conduct tabling events to promote health information to students
    • 24 workshops with a total of 450 student participants
    • 14 tabling events
  2. Supports 2 graduate assistantships and hourly positions for 2-10 student employees
  3. Provides a multicultural liaison service to address inclusivity in health promotion programs and initiatives
  4. Collaborate with student groups working to address issues of student wellbeing