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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

Usage2020-2021 Allocation
Graduate Assistants$29,332.00
Student Wages$37,052.00
Modernization Fee$1,300.00
Personal Service Contracts$-
Goods & Services (Copying, Printing, Office Supplies, Training)$30,494.00
Capital/Facilities Projects$-

Allocations (2014–Present)

YearTotal Allocation% Change
2020-2021 (FY21)$213,486.00-31.97%
2019-2020 (FY20)$313,797.00 15.04%
2018-2019 (FY19)$272,775.00 -22.04%
2017-2018 (FY18)$349,876.00 15.36%
2016-2017 (FY17)$303,285.00 1.33%
2015-2016 (FY16)$299,304.00 3.48%
2014-2015 (FY15)$289,240.00 n/a

Mental & Emotional Health Promotion 2020-2021

  1. Campus-wide collaboration
    • Coordinate campus-wide goals for promoting mental health and preventing suicide among students, including the Campus Mental Health Collaborative.
    • Coordinate campus-wide data collection, including 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
      • 14 MHFA workshops provided with 171 students being trained
      • 16 Campus Connect workshops provided with 277 students being trained
      • 4 Mental Health & Suicide Prevention workshops provided with 252 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 900 student participants per week

Peer Health Leadership & Education 2020-2021

  1. Provides support for about 50 peer health educator roles, having opportunities to facilitate workshops and health awareness events to promote health information to students
    • 30 workshops with a total of 550 student participants
  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 as well as supports initiatives addressing COVID and the impacts on students
  4. Collaborate with student groups working to address issues of student wellbeing