Peer Health Education: Overview
The Peer Health Education Program is designed to improve the health and well-being of KSU students and the campus community through peer education. The Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are student volunteers who are trained and certified to give health presentations on the following topics:
|Alcohol Awareness||Body Image Awareness|
|Contraceptives||Introduction to Wellness|
|Nutrition||Sexual Assault/Interpersonal Violence|
|Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs) / HIV / AIDS||Stress Management|
The program also provides a variety of health-related outreach programs and activities for KSU students, faculty, staff, and the campus community.
Student & Community Programs:
All programs are facilitated by certified Peer Health Educators and are approximately one hour in length. However, the program can be tailored to fit your specific needs.
If you are interested in requesting a program, please complete the request form and submit to the Center for Health Promotion & Wellness at least two weeks prior to your event. Once the request is received, the PHE Coordinator will confirm your appointment within three business days.