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Health Education

Mt. SAC’s Student Health Services works diligently to provide various activities, presentations, and workshops intended to improve student health and wellness. Specialized events encourage interaction and discussions that lay the groundwork for improving behavioral practices and spark and sustain motivation. Visit our events calendar to register for the next event.

Experienced Health Educators are also available to provide class presentations about Student Health Services and more. Past class presentations have covered various topics, including: Introduction to Student Health Services, Sexual Violence, Sexual Assault Promotion & Education, Mindfulness & Meditation. Please see below for information on how to schedule a presentation for your class.

Health Education Sections:


Health Center Info.

Student Health Services
  • Bldg. 67B is OPEN and will be providing all medical and mental health services.
  • Bldg. 9E will be temporarily closed until further notice

Registration | Patient Portal Login

Cancellation Policy for Medical & Mental Health Appointments: Must cancel 24 hours prior to appointment time to avoid incurring a $5 no-show fee, which must be paid before any new appointments can be scheduled.

Class Presentations

To request a presentation or more information, please send an email to

Include desired presentation, number of students, preferred date/time, and location.

At least two weeks notice to present a program is recommended.


  • Various events will be hosted each semester.
  • Registration is required for specific events.
  • Students can register on the Health Education page.
  • Extra credit will be honored at the end of events. Be sure to discuss extra credit opportunities with your professor.

For more information or suggestions about educational events presented by the Mt. SAC Student Health Center, please contact Amanda Gonzalez at (909) 274-4400.

View Events Calendar

Upcoming Events

Information Booths

Look out for our Peer Health Educators on campus! Our team is here to help you:

  • Answer general questions about Health Services
  • Update you on resources and information
  • Educate you on various health and wellness topics
  • Sign up for an event & more

Self-Help Videos

  • 988 Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    988 or 1-(800) 273-TALK(8255)
    Deaf and Hard of Hearing Crisis Support
    TextHEARME” to 839863, available 24/7
  • In Crisis?
    Text HELLO to 741741
    CRISIS TEXT LINE   |   Free 24/7, Confidential