The Crafton Hills College Health and Wellness Center teamed up with the Department of Student Life and Inter-club Council to organize a Club Rush and Health Fair on March 11th in the campus quad. Students were encouraged to join a club to become more engaged in the campus community while learning networking, leadership, communication and time management skills. Students who visited tables representing the 14 clubs on campus were entered into a raffle to win prizes. As a fundraiser, the Veteran’s club grilled hamburgers and hotdogs and the Gamers Guild sold nachos. The Health and Wellness Center provided information on STD prevention, mental health awareness, and blood pressure screenings.

Students also had the opportunity to de-stress with pet therapy animals, and Life Stream was on hand for those who wanted to donate blood.