Peer wellness coaching is available, and coaching sessions will happen online or in-person, where appropriate physical distance can be maintained. Facial coverings are required for all in-person activities. Virtual education workshops will be available, as will resources to support students mental health, social need, and support. Signups will be required.
About Wellness Services
Through a number of initiatives, RecWell provides educational workshops, campaigns, and wellness coaching through our Peer Wellness Champions to support students in learning about healthier lifestyles and to make behavior change possible. Through Peer Health Education and the Peer Wellness Champions, we strive to help students and our community LiveWellSEU!
Overview of Peer Wellness Coaching program
Peer Wellness Champions (PWC) is a free service available to students. Peer Wellness Champions are available for one-on-one meetings to help students set and achieve their wellness goals. PWCs can be a great option for students looking to optimize their personal health and wellness or make meaningful changes in their lives.
As part of the PWC program, coaches are here to help you:
- Focus on your strengths and values
- Work towards personal goals that are meaningful and custom to you
- Identify resources that can help you get to where you want to go
- Build on the positive things in your life
- Take steps towards becoming the person you want to be
- Succeed in college
Register to meet with a Peer Wellness Champion
Peer Wellness Champion sessions are FREE for students to utilize. To register, complete the form below. Our team will review your submission and match you with an appropriate PWC, or make a referral to another on-campus resource as necessary.
Our Peer Health Educators are students trained to deliver outreach, workshops, and general health information to help the SEU community LiveWellSEU. We do this with Health Education Workshops and Health Education Series.
Health Education Workshops
We host workshops and work to educate our community on healthy lifestyles. Additionally, we work collaboratively with campus partners to provide wellbeing resources, workshops, and experiences. Interested in hosting a Wellness and Outreach Workshop?
The 2019 - 2020 Peer Health Educators
Tabling and Outreach
Visit our Peer Health Education outreach events to receive peer-to-peer education on various health topics, engage in interactive games and activities, and walk away with awesome prizes and resources! Students who visit are provided an inclusive, informative, safe and fun environment in which they become empowered to cultivate healthy lifestyles and promote healthy behaviors among the rest of St. Edward's student population.
QPR Suicide Prevention Training
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — three steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Those who complete this approximately one-hour training will learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.
Group training sessions are open to all faculty, staff, & students.
To request QPR Training complete our
Program Request Form
Workshops and Presentations
Workshops and presentations related to health and wellness topics are available to the campus community upon request.
If you would like to request a presentation for your class, department, residence hall, or student organization, please fill out the
Program Request Form
- General Stress Relief
- Self Care
- Intimate Partner Relationships / healthy relationships
- Alcohol and other Drug Education
- Nutrition Guidance
- Custom programs (financial seminar, forest bathing and connecting with nature, etc)
Don't Cancel Class
Need to cancel a class, but want to keep your students engaged? Consider utilizing the Outreach and Wellness Don't Cancel Class initiative. Bring our Wellness experts to your regularly scheduled class for workshops on a variety of self-care, wellness, and well-being topics.
Helping Her Peers De-Stress
Learn about Marlaina Widmann and the idea behind 'Unwind Before the Grind', an event designed to help students de-stress before finals providing dogs, chair massages, yoga, art activities and healthy snacks.
It's OK To Ask for Help
We know that being a college student can be stressful, and reaching out for help can be difficult for some. Learn about our Health & Counseling Center and how they can help you stay in good mental shape.