The goal of the Stall Seat Journal is to empower UVA students to make healthy choices by (1) correcting misperceptions about health decisions and life choices and (2) providing accurate information about staying safe, minimizing health risks, accessing resources, and supporting the UVA community.
The Stall Seat Journal is produced by students and public health staff in the Office of Health Promotion. Two issues are released each month. The Stall Seat Journal can be found in first year housing, Newcomb Hall Student Center, Elson Student Health Center, several libraries, and more.
Want to get involved?
We want to hear from you! Have feedback or ideas? We appreciate hearing your perspective and hope you will contact us. We sometimes hold one-hour focus groups to gather feedback on the Stall Seat Journal. We also have several undergraduate student work positions for students to help produce the Stall Seat Journal. Positions available include:
• Graphic Designers – Develop dynamic layouts that highlight key messages in a fun, effective way.
• Campaign Assistants – Review content and designs and distribute posters in bathroom stalls.
We recruit and hire in March and April for student positions for the following academic year. Positions are posted on CavLink and advertised in Connections beginning in March. If you are interested in a position, please contact us to introduce yourself at any time.
Another important way to support the Stall Seat Journal is to discuss the content with friends and to take the survey if you receive it.