WSU Health Advocates
Promoting a Healthy Warrior Community
The Student Health & Wellness Advocate Program is comprised of mainly WSU students but is open to Minnesota State Southeast students as well.
WSU Health Advocates are committed to promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles by modeling healthy choices to their peers.
Our advocates act as a resource for campus and the community through educational events and presentations.
What the Health Advocates Do
Health Advocates educate other students about WSU’s seven dimensions of wellness.
They share information and prevention strategies for health issues, and refer students to other resources on- and off-campus.
The advocates host a wide variety of events of each year centered around the seven dimensions of wellness.
Events we’ve hosted include:
- Paws to Destress
- Wellness Wednesdays
- Great Warrior 5k
- Trivia Nights
- Flower Potting Party
- Self-Care Night
The Benefits of Being a Health Advocate
Becoming a health advocate is a great resume builder, as you can provide an example for living and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
- Get yourself CPR, AED, and First Aid Certified
- Free Trainings and Education Opportunities
- Social Media Content Creation Opportunities
- Wellness Blog Management and Writing Opportunities
- Graduation Stole
People of all majors, races, genders, and orientations are welcome to become a health advocate.
Join the WSU Health Advocates
Stop by our table at the next club fair or during orientation to learn more about the benefits of being a health advocate at WSU and to pick up some health services swag.
Don’t want to wait?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or just stop by the WELL in IWC 138.
Our advocates are happy to talk with you about their experiences and how to join!