Health Promotion Services

ATTENTION New Undergraduate Students

AlcoholEDU for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates programs has been chosen for new undergraduate students.  New students will receive an email to your KU email account on January 2020, with instructions on how to access those programs. If you do not receive an email please contact

Information on how to access AlcoholEDU for College and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates

Brochures:  currently being updated

Open Student Employment Positions: We are currently building our Wellbeing Peer Educator Team for the new academic year. We are filling multiple positions and will interview until all vacant positions are filled. Visit the Career Development Center to apply,



Health Promotion and Alcohol & Other Drug (HPAOD) Services seeks to enhance student academic success and foster a healthy collegiate environment by providing programs and services that promote wellness, reduce harm, and support responsible decision-making practices.


  • Develop awareness and cultivate involvement regarding campus Alcohol & Other Drugs issues for students to make healthy choices.
  • Develop collaborations that promote inclusiveness.
  • Enable more students to be exposed to prevention programs that prepare them for life, career, and responsibilities of citizenship.

Health Promotion and Alcohol & Other Drug Services' vision is "Striving for a healthy collegiate environment that supports students' success." 

Our team of dedicated personnel includes the director, alcohol & other drug graduate assistant, health promotion graduate assistant, Kutztown living graduate assistance and four undergraduate peer educators. 

We have training opportunities for students.  Students can build their co-curricular experiences with programs such as The BACCHUS Network™ Peer Certification Program and Step UP! a bystander awareness program.

Through programs and campus events HPAOD Services provides interactive and cultivating experiences where students can raise their awareness of health and wellness through opportunities, programs, services, and events.