Peer Health Education Programs

SDSU students can actively promote wellness on campus by becoming Peer Health Educators (PHEs). PHEs present dynamic workshops to their SDSU peers that focus on various health topics and issues that affect the lives of students. In order to be a Peer Health Educator, you must successfully complete the Peer Health Education Training class. Students have the option of receiving course credit for participating in the PHE Program Training and for active participation in the PHE Program thereafter.

PHE Tracks:

Qualifications for Involvement:

Active PHE Responsibilities:

If you would like to apply for the PHE program you may download the PHE application (word doc) or FratMANers application (word doc) and submit it to the Health Promotion office at Student Health Services, you can pick one up in person, or call 619-594-4133 for more details.

PHE Presentations for the SDSU Campus Community

PHE presentations are available for your classroom, residential hall, Fraternity/Sorority, or any other SDSU student function or event where you want to promote health education and wellness. Each presentation is 50 minutes long and PHEs will bring all needed materials for all in attendance. Please allow at least two-weeks advance notice for scheduling your presentation. Call us today to schedule your PHE presentation at 619-594-4133

Presentation topics include:

Submit your Presentation Request form.

If you would like to interview one of our Health Educators, submit the Interview Request form. Please allow us at least three weeks advance notice after we have received your initial request.

Last update: 7/25/12