Main Content Region

Health Promotion

Department of Health Promotion

Welcome to the Department of Health Promotion (DHP) at CSUSB. Our goal extends beyond just promoting healthier lifestyles; we aspire to cultivate a more inclusive and health-conscious campus culture. We firmly believe that a healthy body and mind are not only vital for academic success but also for personal growth and overall happiness.

For more detailed information about the Department of Health Promotion and to stay updated on our upcoming programs, reach out to our Senior Health Educator, Melissa Acuna. Melissa can be reached at or by phone at (909) 537-3655. We're excited to collaborate with you in our shared mission of creating a healthier, more inclusive, and thriving campus community.

CSUSB will be launching the Alcohol and Other Drugs Training in the Spring 2024 semester. 

All students will be assigned to complete an online program, “Get Inclusive.” This course is nationally recognized for its effectiveness in educating students about alcohol, prescription drugs, and marijuana. Information learned can help students make better-informed decisions about usage and how to handle better behaviors that may occur around them. Students are expected to complete AlcoholEdu™ by April 4, 2024.

How to Access: 

  1. You will receive an email from “Get Inclusive” in your MyCoyote email.
  2. Click the link or paste it into your browser.
  3. Follow the directions as provided.
  4. Work at your own pace. The course will save your progress if you need to stop and return later.

If you need technical assistance or have an issue, please get in touch with Get Inclusive directly by using the "help" feature within the program or emailing If you have any accessibility issues, please select “accessibility mode” once in the course. For general questions, please email


After completing the program, you will be entered into an opportunity drawing. Two students will be randomly chosen each week to receive a wellness basket worth approximately $50. Students will have an opportunity to select from several options.


Completion of this program will not affect registration or graduation.