The Educational Resources On Sexuality (EROS) team offers an array of services such as presentations and consultations, as well as sponsor events on topics covering sexual and relational health. We have the opportunity to provide our community with valuable information in a professional work environment and provide a program that benefits the larger campus community. We are pre-professionals that are highly educated and trained to best guide you with birth control choices and relevant safe-sex practices, inform you about sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and help inform you to make healthy decisions about sex, dating, and relationships.
Consultations: Private individual or couple consultations with a peer health educator to help guide students towards safer decisions.
Events: Presentations, by request, to groups addressing the following topics:
- Sex, Dating, and Relationships
- Safe Sex Practices
- Contraception & You
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Men’s and Womens’ Health
- Pregnancy Options
At all EROS events we provide condoms for safe sex practices as well as information on common STI’s and tips to maintain a healthy sex life—all paired with a fun activity to entertain participants.
Walk a Mile In Her Shoes, hosted by RISE
Sexually Transmitted Infections Awareness Month
PULSE's annual Fall quarter event that takes place around Halloween. Last year, we provided ideas for safe sex practices and education on the "scariest" STIs on our campus.
PULSE's annual Winter quarter event that takes place around Valentine's Day. This past year we created an interactive activity for students to identify their healthy relationships.
Buck the Stigma
PULSE and ASI co-sponsor this annual event to provide education surrounding mental health to help eliminate the stigma that surrounds it.
May Day Wellbeing Fair
PULSE's annual Spring quarter event that takes place around May 1st. Past events have included interactive-question wheel with topics focused on contraception and Men's + Women's health.