Whether you are in a long-term commitment, a casual relationship or even just a hook-up...every relationship should be fun, healthy, and safe for our students.
Components of a Healthy Relationship
- Mosty importantly, they are violence free
For sexually intimate relationships, consent is critical! Consent is an enthusiastic "yes!" to have sex, fun foreplay, whatever you're into! It's a verbal agreement that can be given when the option of "no" is present and viable and people can withdraw consent at any time.
Interested in learning more?
- Request a Relationship and Sexual Health OR Bystander Intervention Training facilitated by the Center for Student Wellness health educators.
- Set up a 1:1 appointment with a health educator to talk about your sexual health.
- Look into couples or group counseling at the University Counseling Center.