SHAC Advisory Committee
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) bridges communication between Student Health and the ISU student community. SHAC meets regularly and works to engage campus partners and foster conversations about health among students.
Purpose of SHAC
- To act as a liaison between the ISU student community and Student Health
- To engage campus partners and fellow students and foster conversations about health
- To obtain and provide student opinion concerning their health care
- To take an active part in promoting health services to Iowa State University students
For more information on joining the group, check out the Student Health Advisory Committee page on the ISU Student Organizations website.
Mock Clinic Night
Once a year, students have a chance to interact and network with healthcare providers from various areas of Student Health via a mock clinic. Students are able to get information about what providers do day to day and ask questions they may have. In addition, a dinner is served and students are able to gain hands on experience based on their desired career path. Students are broken into 3 groups: Pre-Medicine, Pre-Physical Therapy, and Pre-Pharmacy.
Once a semester, SHAC invites campus partners and student leaders to engage in a conversation about relevant health topics and Student Health updates. These meetings are held on campus and are open to anyone interested in the topics. Their purpose is to foster communication between Student Health and the Iowa State community.
If you’d like to be added to the email invitation list for SHAC Outreach events, email Deanna Sargent at firstname.lastname@example.org.