Health Promotion and Prevention Services at UHS
Professional health educators and social workers work to advance the health of all faculty and staff at Princeton University and contribute to the creation of a healthy campus community that supports informed and healthy decision-making, minimizes health disparities, and promotes access to health care services. A wide range of personal and community health issues are addressed, including nutrition, physical fitness, alcohol and other drug abuse, cardiac risk, physical illness, stress, depression, and anxiety. Health promotion services include:
- Campus-wide wellness and prevention programs
- Janet C. Morgan Health and Wellness Library
- Research to assess campus health behaviors
Mental Health-Related Student Initiatives
If you are interested in health-related issues around campus, or want to explore a healthy lifestyle with others who share your interests, consider getting involved in a student group. By entering keyword “health” in the student group directory, you can explore the various student groups based around medical and health topics.
University Health Services coordinates a number of peer groups. Peer Health Advisers (PHAs) work to raise awareness, facilitate health-related programming on campus, and serve as a resource for students on a wide variety of health issues. SHARE Peers plan activities, programs, and events to raise awareness on campus about sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking, and facilitate access to confidential resources.