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Peer Health Education

Peer Health Education Student Leaders at Lasell University

Who we Are

Peer Health Educators are Lasell University students raising awareness on campus around issues such as:

  • Mental Health and Wellness
  • Sexual Health and Education
  • Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention
  • and Alcohol and Substance Use Safety

Peer Health Educators are trained throughout the year to be informed about issues that affect college students so that they may be a resource to their peers. Working within the Office of Health Education, we strive to create a health-conscious culture within the Lasell community, as well as an awareness of preventative health strategies that can last a lifetime.

Events & Programming

Peer Health Educators coordinate events and interactive programs with the Office of Health Education as well as other campus and community partners; past events include:

  • Mental Health and Wellness
    • Stress Free Fair
    • Fresh Check Day with Jordan Porco Foundation
    • Therapy Dog Visits
    • Wellness Fair
    • 'Trash Your Insecurities' - Celebrating Body Positivity
  • Sexual Health Education and Intimate Partner Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention
    • The Vagina Monologues
    • The Clothesline Project
    • 'Bae Goals' - Celebrating Healthy Relationships
    • The White Ribbon Campaign
    • Escalation Training with One Love Foundation
    • Denim Day
    • Provide safer sex supplies and information around campus
  • Alcohol and Substance Use Safety
    • National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW)
    • Drunk Driving Simulations
    • Alcohol Screenings
    • Guest Speakers from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Apply Today!

Do you want to become a Peer Health Educator?

Are you interested in health and wellness? Do you like talking to people and helping them? Then you should become a Peer Health Educator at Lasell University!


  • Be a leader and role model on campus
  • Attend weekly meetings, as well as trainings and events throughout the year
  • Commit 1-2 hours a week, with hours increasing during events and decreasing during exam periods
  • Understand the information and materials about the program
  • Assist in recruiting other Peer Health Educators


  • Must maintain a 2.5 GPA
  • Must be a full-time student at Lasell
  • Must be able to commit 1-2 hours per week
  • Must be in good standing academically and judicially

For more information, please check out our Peer Health Education Brochure!

If you are interested in applying to become a Peer Health Educator, please contact Adela Hruby, Health Educator at or call 617-243-2334.