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Peer Education

The Student Health and Well-Being peer educators are trained by professionals to provide student-centered outreach, education, and advocacy for mental health and mindfulness, sexual health, and physical health (including alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs). To help their peers make informed decisions on these issues, they host engaging events on campus and offer interactive presentations in residence halls, fraternity and sorority houses, and classrooms.

 Student Health and Well-Being Interest Groups

 Physical Health and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

  • Responsible drinking
  • Cannabis and nicotine (smoking, vaping, etc.)
  • Nutrition and fitness

 Sexual Health

  • Reproductive health and contraceptive options
  • Barrier methods, STI/HIV prevention and testing
  • Assertiveness skills and values exploration

Mental Health and Mindfulness

  • Addressing mental health stigma
  • Stress management techniques
  • Sleep and relaxation
  • How to help and available resources
To request a program, click here For more information or to apply to be a peer educator, click here