An Overview of the Office of Student Health Relations (OSHR)
Welcome to the Office of Student Health Relations (OSHR). Formerly known as the Student Health Consortium (SHC), the OSHR was created in the spring of 2006 and is one of the newest entities of the ASUW. Our purpose is to promote and improve student health and wellness on campus. Our major programming during the year is the quarterly Health Consortium event (a networking session for students, on-campus health organizations, and health RSOs), free HIV/STI testing in the fall, and Mental Health Awareness Week in the spring.
If you have any questions for the director, please email Sheharbano Jafry at email@example.com or visit the SHC office in HUB 131L (view office hours here).
The Office of Student Health Relations’ mission is to promote and improve student health and wellness on campus through partnerships with on-campus health organizations and health RSOs, quarterly events, and legislative action. We are dedicated to advocating for healthcare that is intersectional and diverse, with an emphasis on aiding marginalized and vulnerable populations on and off-campus.
We provide services to students, on-campus health organizations, and health-oriented RSOs.
Students: We advocate for student health, provide health resources and information, and facilitate connections with on-campus health organizations and health-oriented RSOs.