Bystander Intervention Training

This hour-long interactive session focuses on how to step in and help in emergency and non-emergency situations. Sooner or later we all need help, and this will teach you the tools to be effective in these situations. 

Fall 2020 Schedule Coming Soon!

Class or student group trainings available by request.

Open to students, faculty, and staff. Space is limited. To reserve a spot or schedule a training, contact our office at 207.581.1423.


Sexual Health Education

The Student Alliance for Sexual Health (SASH) provides sexual health education through programming on campus. For more information on joining please contact or visit their Facebook page.

Free condoms can be obtained in the Student Wellness Resource Center or outside our office on the table – Room 149 in the Memorial Union!


Hazing Prevention

Hazing is defined as any activity without reasonable or legitimate education value expected of someone joining or maintaining status in a group that humiliates, degrades, or risks emotional, psychological, or physical harm, regardless of a person’s willingness to participate.

All forms of hazing are prohibited by Umaine both on and off campus. This policy is applicable to students, faculty, staff, and anyone involved with a Umaine club, athletic team, organization, association, program, or activity under the auspices of Umaine regardless of their student status.

Groups and organizations are an important part of the student experience at the University of Maine, providing a unique enrichment opportunity. Hazing undermines that experience. 

For more about hazing, how to report it, and what you can do to help, click here.


Wellness Wednesdays

This weekly tabling event is held in the Memorial Union and is designed to give students information, tips, or interactive activities about specific topics. These range from nutrition and exercise to financial and study tips, as well as contact information for help on campus or upcoming events.


Additional Services

  • Classroom presentations about Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs.
  • Residence Hall Programs
  • Partnership with Athletics for prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
  • Support for Substance Free Living Communities on Campus
  • Smoking Cessation Support and Services
  • Social marketing and social norms campaigns
  • Referral Services and Treatment
  • Screening and Brief Intervention for alcohol and marijuana use