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COVID-19 Updates

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We talked about safe sex last week, but sexually transmitted infections are on the rise.

In addition to safe sex, learn the basics to ensure you are taking care of your health.

Stop by our table at the Den to learn about safe sex basics, resources, and tips to help you live at your best!

We will also have information about our free and confidential HIV testing, which will be offered on Dec. 2 at Lang Wellness Center by the Winnebago County Health Department.

Join the Rock River Valley Blood Center in Parking Lot A from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the blood drive.

If you’d like to donate, bring a photo ID and drink plenty of fluids beforehand. Walk-ins are welcome, and appointments are preferred.

Schedule your appointment to donate at rrvbc.org!

Check in with our QR code to be entered into a drawing at the end of the year.

Stop by Lang Wellness Center’s table near the Den from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn about managing difficult emotions, ways to communicate, and strategies to release tension. Stop by for a stress ball DIY project!

We will have a QR code. Check in on the Rockford University app.

Stop by Lang Wellness Center’s table near the Den from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn about the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationship. Learn how to help a friend who may be in an unhealthy relationship.

We will have a QR code. Check in on the Rockford University app.

Stop by Lang Wellness Center’s table near the Den from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn about domestic violence, and protective and preventative resources.

We will have a QR code. Check in on the Rockford University app.

As we  participate the national month for sexual assault awareness, in the spirit of offering a fair and equitable response, which is one of the roles of the Title IX Officer, we will have an open discussion about what happens when someone is accused of an act of sexual or other violence on campus. Sharing information regarding  institutional support, response, process, and  the rights of the respondent will be the main focus of this discussion.

In recognition of April being sexual assault awareness month (SAAM), several events have been planned and Campus and Community Partners have joined together in collaboration or as individual sponsor to raise awareness of acts of sexual violence and gender-based rights.