The Peer Health Educators, also known around campus as The PEEPS, are a volunteer group of student leaders committed to promoting healthy lifestyle choices through a holistic approach to wellbeing. We are dedicated to empowering and educating ourselves and our peers to live balanced lives. The team is works closely with the Office of Wellbeing and Health Promotion and they are advised by CC Curtiss, director and Meg Thompson, assistant director in the residential education and living office, with support from the senior associate dean of student life, director of student health services and the director of counseling services.

PEEPS facilitate innovative and educational programs and events across campus to engage the campus community to critically about health and wellbeing. Specifically, their goal is to support a campus environment that respects all members while highlighting the reciprocal relationship between academic success and health. They meet weekly to plan events and discuss topics such as nutrition and eating disorders, stress reduction, sexual health, sleep strategies, and more!

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