June, 2014 Issue and Promotional Resources

If you're unfamiliar with any of these resources, or would like more information about the best practices for implementing Student Health 101 on your campus, please click here to register for a webinar for more information - or contact your Relationship Manager for details.

Links to Access Your June, 2014 Issue

Student Permanent Link:
Student Direct Issue Link:

What are permanent links? Learn more.

Parent Permanent Link:
Parent Direct IssueLink:

What are direct issue links? Learn more.

Social Media Messages for Facebook, Twitter and More

Social Media Messages: Click to download as a Word document.
How should you use Facebook and Twitter to gain readership? Learn more.

Short Weekly Emails to Students - our recommended Best Practice for engagement

Send Wed, June 4th

Email Subject: 30 Seconds to Make an Impression + What’s Your Summer Soundtrack? + Love Your Body HTMLTEXT

Send Wed, June 18th

Email Subject: Go Off the Grid + Favorite Summer Movie? + Favorite Way To Break A Sweat HTMLTEXT

Send Wed, July 2nd

Email Subject: Your Core Is Key + Favorite Ice Cream or Froyo Topping? + Go Off the Grid HTMLTEXT

Send Wed, July 16th

Email Subject: Active Listener or Problem Solver? + Best Advice Ever Received? + Think Clean, Go Green HTMLTEXT

Emails to Students, Parents, Supporters, Faculty and Staff - sent once or twice a month to Students

Send initial email Wed, June 4th

Email subject: June’s Drawing for $1,000 + 30 Seconds to Make an Impression + Favorite Summer Movie? + Your Core Is Key


Send reminder email Wed, July 2nd

Email subject: Love Your Body + What’s Your Summer Soundtrack? + Go Off the Grid + Think Clean, Go Green


How should you use emails to gain readership? Learn more.

Offline Promotional Tools and Email Sign-Up Sheets

Promotional Tools - Posters, Flyers, and Table Tents:
Click to download as a PDF file.

How can you use promotional tools?
Learn more.

Powerpoint Slide Show:
Student PowerPoint - Click to download.

How can you use the Powerpoint slide show? Learn more.

Image Library
For all the images, please click on the "Click here". A new web browser window should open with the image you've clicked on - you'll then need to right-click on the image and "Save As..." in the pop-up window to save the image to your computer.
Student Health 101 Logo: Click here

Student Issue Cover: Click here

Parent Issue Cover: Click here

Animated Issue Image: Click here

Please visit the Student Health 101 Support Center for details on utilizing these images to promote Student Health 101 on your department or school website.

Have a question? Need some technical support? Questions about the submission process in general? Please take a few moments to review our Online Support Center, where most questions about June can be answered, or click here to send an email to our support team.