WSU Health & Wellness Advocates
The Student Health & Wellness Advocate Program is comprised of approximately 40 WSU and SE Tech students committed to promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles by modeling healthy choices to their peers. The Health & Wellness Advocates act as a resource for campus and community through educative events and presentations as well as weekly service hours conducted in The WELL, IWC 138.
What do the Health & Wellness Advocates Do?
Health & Wellness Advocates act as a resource for student health related issues and concerns. Health & Wellness Advocates serve as educators of other students regarding Winona State University’s seven dimensions of wellness, in addition to sharing information, prevention strategies, and referring students to other wellness resources on, and off, campus.
How do I apply to become an Advocate?
Health & Wellness Advocates are selected in an application process. Students must be able to commit to a minimum of one full semester to become an advocate.
Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
When and where do the Advocates meet?
Meetings for Health & Wellness Advocates are held in The WELL (IWC 138) on every other Wednesday, at 6 pm.
What the program has to offer to its advocates:
Hear from our Advocate Alumni:
Health & Wellness Advocate Alumni, we want to hear from you! We would be so excited to hear from you and share your updates on our new Health & Wellness Advocate Alumni section. Don't want to share any stories? That's fine too! Feel free to just submit your name and email address to help us keep our contact records updated.