Collaborations and Highlights


  • Athletics
  • Department of Police Services
  • Faculty
  • Housing
  • Human Resources
  • Institute of Community Health and Wellbeing
  • Oasis Wellness Center
  • Pride Center
  • Office of Student Involvement and Development
  • University Counseling Services
  • Veterans Resource Center

Safe Spring Break Fair

This annual campus-wide outreach is organized by Klotz Health Promotion staff, interns, and Peer Health Educators to educate the campus community about ways to stay safe over spring break and all year. Participating partners include:

  • Campus Care Advocates
  • CSUN Food Pantry
  • Department of Police Services/Matador Patrol
  • Marilyn Magaram Center
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
  • Oasis Wellness Center
  • Peer Nutrition Counselors
  • Pride Center
  • RADD, Aware Awake Alive
  • Student Recreation Center
  • Tarzana Treatment Centers
  • University Counseling Services
  • and various student clubs and organizations

Get Fruved! Mini-Grant (2017-2018)

Fruved was a USDA grant-funded, student-led project to help students manage their weight and live healthier lives by focusing on healthy eating, physical activity and stress management. Fruved uses a community-based participatory research model, where students work alongside health professionals to develop and implement programming and outreach events for the campus community.

Fruved provided 50+ students (Health Promotion interns, Peer Health Educators, Peer Nutrition Counselors) experiential learning opportunities in grant management, marketing, conducting of campus environmental audits, collaboration with campus partners and student organizations, advocacy, and outreach experience. We continue Fruved programming today.

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