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Issues of InSTALLments may be viewed in the restroom stalls of all academic and residential buildings at Lehigh University. This tool seeks to use communication strategies to inform and influence individual and community decisions to enhance health in the Lehigh community. Its purpose is to make health information available, accessible and actionable. It works to align and integrate health education and public health and safety to affect and improve academic performance. The InSTALLment is an innovative way to bring health education to students, staff, and faculty in a captive environment. 


  Aug/Sept- Welcome to Lehigh!

Contribute to the Installment

Lehigh University faculty, staff, and students are all encouraged to contribute to the InSTALLment.

  • Are you planning a health-related event on campus that you think others would like to know about?

  • Have you experienced an event or have a personal story that you think would positively impact other students’ health and safety?

  • Do you want to promote a national health observance to raise awareness about an important health topic?


If so, please let us know! Send your contribution to inhaps@lehigh.edu.

Check out some past InSTALLments


April / May: Practice Preventative Care

February / March: Playing it Safe at Lehigh


December / January: Chill Out, Don't Stress Out

October / November: Not Quite Comfortable with This New Academic Year? 

August / September: Choose to Be Aware & Step UP!

April/May: Prescription (Rx) for Prevention

March: Spring Break Edition - Be Body Positive

February/March: A Snapshot of Lehigh Student Health & Safety




December/January: Hazing Is A Serious But Hidden Problem

October/November: Don't Just Stand There - Do Something

August/September: Welcome (Back) Students

April/May: Stay Focused and Use Your Time Wisely

March/Special Edition: Have Fun But Practice Safe Behaviors This Spring Break

February/March: How Healthy are Lehigh Students?

December/January: Healthy Strategies for Stress Management




October/November: Drink Responsibly and Party Positive

August/September: Welcome (Back) to Campus


October / November: Not Quite Comfortable with This New Academic Year?