Health Promotion and Wellness Services at UHS
Professional health educators at Health Promotion and Wellness Services work to advance the personal health of all students, faculty, and staff at Princeton University and contribute to the creation of a healthy campus community that supports informed and healthy decision-making, strengthens community assets, minimizes health disparities, and promotes access to health care services.
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.
UHS also coordinates four student peer advising groups including Eating Concerns Peer Advisors, Healthy Mind Advisors, SHARE Peer Advisors (Sexual Harassment and Assault) and Sexual Health Advisors that work to raise awareness, provide education and serve as a resource for students on a wide variety of psychosocial and wellness issues. All peer advisors are trained by medical and psychological experts and are supervised by UHS staff.