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Division of Student Affairs

Healthy Campus Coalition

Purpose

The Healthy Campus Coalition (HCC) is an initiative of University Health Services that takes a campus-wide approach to creating a university environment that supports the health, wellness, and safety of its members through awareness, education, policies, practices, and services.

Current Membership

Faculty

April Chatham-Carpenter

University Health Services

Kathy Green (chair), Mark Rowe-Barth, David Towle, Tina Jorgensen

Residence Life

Carol Petersen, Lyn Redington, Lisa Krausmann

Athletics

Steve Schofield

Health, Physical Education, & Leisure Services

Oksana Matvienko, Elisa Cohen (GA)

Student Activities/Greek Life

Mike Bobeldyk

Dean of Students Office

Leslie Williams

Human Resources

Bobbi Vandegrift

Northern Iowa Student Government

Nate Konrady

History 

The Healthy Campus Coalition (HCC) is an outgrowth of two previous groups. In 2008, a campus-wide task force was formed by Vice President for Student Affairs to assess the campus environment relative to alcohol use and high-risk drinking. The group produced a set of recommendations that guided work that followed. Among the recommendations was the formation of a standing Alcohol Advisory Committee. The committee was formed under the leadership of the Director of Counseling Services and functioned from 2009 to 2011.

Approved by Vice President for Student Affairs August 1, 2011.

Approved October 1, 2012. Replaces previous version implemented August 2011.