What Do Peer Health Educators Do?
Each week the students meet to discuss relevant health issues on campus and plan programs to address these issues. Students are required to participate in 30 hours of outreach activities each semester. Topics for outreach range from stress management, sexual health, nutrition, alcohol and other drugs, and physical activity to name a few. LEARN MORE AT GET INVOLVED
Peer Health Educator Programs
October: National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week - Peer Health Educators table in the Coop with information regarding standard drink sizes, BAC (blood alcohol content), and risk-reduction behaviors.
November: Great American Smokeout - Join the Peer Health Educators in the Coop for some hot chocolate and information regarding the dangers of smoking. PHEs focus on a variety of tobacco use including e-cigarettes, cigars, hookah, and social smoking.
February: Sexual Responsibility Week - Learn about healthy relationships, sexual decision-making, contraception, HIV/STIs, interpersonal violence prevention, consent, and resources.
March: Safe Spring Break - Have a great Spring Break by staying safe! Visit the PHEs in the Coop to find out information about impaired driving prevention, healthy sexual decision making, sexual assault, safe sun protection, and high risk drinking prevention.