Welcome to the SHA website!

Thank you for your interest in the SHA Program. On our site you can learn about the services we provide the UCSD community, find out about our health events & campaigns, learn more about the SHA Program, and much more.

Interested in joining the SHA Program? We recruit new members in Winter Quarter. Stay connected with us via this website and our social media channels to get the latest information regarding our recruitment process.


Attend a Floaties Training

This fun and informative training focuses on keeping you and your friends afloat this Spring Quarter. Participants will learn about:

  • High risk drinking & how to identify high risk situations
  • What alcohol does to the body & how behavior is affected
  • Tips to plan ahead for a fun and safe time at any event or party
  • What to look for with alcohol poisoning, drug overdose, or both
  • The reality of “pure” molly

Just stop in at any of the following trainings & feel free to bring a friend! 

  • Monday 4/13 from 5pm – 6:30pm @ Revelle Conference Rooms B&C
  • Tuesday 4/14 from 5:30pm – 7pm @ Muir College Mariposa Room
    (next to John’s Market in the Tamarack Apartments)
  • Wednesday 4/22 from 3pm – 4:30pm @ The Zone, in PC Plaza

Questions about Floaties Training?
Contact Iris Crowe-Lerma at icrowelerma@ucsd.edu or at (858)822-7618

 

SHA Member Spotlight

Each quarter, a few SHAs are honored with the SHA Member Spotlight.
These SHAs are recognized for their passionate commitment to the SHA Program, their dedication to the SHA mission, and thier willingness to go above and beyond in the realm of peer health education.

Meet our Fall Quarter SHA Member Spotlight recipients, Karyn & Cherise!

"In my opinion, our biggest impact as SHAs is the ability to change a student's attitude about health.  Those who participate in our workshops and services...leave with a different or better understanding of health & are equiped to apply new knowledge to their own lives.  It's amazing to see those
"light-bulb" moments when a student learns something new or realizes something about their own health or behaviors that they would like to change."  


"My favorite SHA memory so far has to be a seeing the campaigns that we work so hard on...come to life. My favorite event was World Aids Day, where not only was I able to work with my fellow SHAs and learn more about AIDS, but also complete a successful event full of participation. Oh and also two words, Condom Roses. They are probably the best thing ever!"