Hundreds of K-12 schools, colleges and universities have embraced The Monday Campaigns. Be it diet, fitness or smoke cessation, across our entire range of campaigns a weekly commitment to wellness puts students, faculty and staff on the path to a healthy lifestyle!


Murray State University (KY)

Murray State University, in Murray, KY, has held four Man Up Monday HIV/STI testing events on campus. Once a month since February 2013,MSU Health Services has urged students to “Take stock of your health — and take action to prevent the spread of HIV and STI!” by offering men and women free confidential rapid screen testing on a first come, first served basis. Students have definitely responded – every available testing slot has filled up for each event. (Anyone unable to get a tested is referred to the local health department for free testing.)

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Syracuse University

Students at Syracuse can start the week with a wide range of nutrition and fitness activities, including Meatless Monday in the school’s cafeteria, free fruit deliveries, Move It Monday classes, wellness seminars and campus health surveys.





Northern Kentucky University

As part of Northern Kentucky’s community-wide Healthy Monday program, NKU and Covington Schools implemented a range of Healthy Monday activities.

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Los Angeles & San Diego Unified School Districts

In an effort to promote healthy meal choices at school, in March 2013 the L.A. school system — one of the largest in the U.S. — began serving upwards of 650,000 nutritious, meat-free items for both breakfast and lunch.

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