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Mission Statement and Student Learning Outcomes

Mission:

The Center for Health Education and Wellness promotes a healthier campus community through prevention programs and educational activities.  Our peer educators focus on the eight dimensions of wellness to assist students to achieve individual well-being by making health choices based on their developing values.

Expected Student Learning Outcomes:

Peer educators will develop leadership and communication skills while positively affecting others by teaching new information, changing an attitude, motivating a positive behavior change, or confronting or challenging a risky behavior.

Performance Indicators:

  • COPE peer educator bi-weekly engagement form
  • Participant evaluation form

As a result of the activities and programs provided by peer educators and CHEW staff, students who attend programs will improve their commitment to wellness.

Performance Indicators:

  • Relevant survey questions
  • Participant evaluation form

As a result of activities and services provided for alcohol prevention, students will understand the harmful effects of alcohol on self, others, and community.

Performance Indicators:

  • Relevant survey questions
  • Royal TAPS evaluations
  • Viewpoints evaluations
  • Late Night Programming evaluations

As a result of activities services provided for alcohol prevention, students will improve their commitment to harm reduction strategies

Performance Indicators:

  • Viewpoints evaluations
  • CHOICES evaluations
  • Late Night Programming evaluations