We often turn to our peers for advice or information because they know what it is like to be in our shoes. Well-being peers are trained to provide education and outreach that supports the well-being of other students.
Who We Are
Well-being peers are University of Missouri students working to create a campus culture where students can achieve balanced well-being. We come from many different backgrounds, but we all have a passion for well-being.
What We Cover
Through training, we learn how to provide student-centered, inclusive outreach, education, and advocacy on a variety of topics, including: alcohol and substance use, body image, healthy relationships, mental health and sexual health.
Some of our past events have included sexual health trivia, hot chocolate consent bar, body image panel discussion, lunch and learn series, finals study snacks, nature walks, and T-shirt display for suicide awareness.
Become a Well-Being Peer
Get involved, build friendships, improve your communication and facilitation skills, and gain experience with event planning and marketing — all while working to create a better, healthier Mizzou. Email us at email@example.com or call 573-882-4634 for more information.
To find out what the Well-Being Peers are doing on campus, get information about how and when to apply to become a peer, or request a peer education program, you can visit us on Engage or check us out on Instagram or Twitter.