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Get Involved!

We offer a variety of ways for our UD community to engage in healthier, more well experiences on campus.

Student Leadership Opportunities

Click any of the logos below to learn more about our three wellness-minded communities, and how you can become a part of the great work they do such as event planning, peer education, victim advocacy, and recovery support.

Collegiate Recovery Community

The CRC provides a safe space so a person doesn’t have to choose between recovery and their college degree! Click to learn more about CRC at UD.

Promoters of Wellness Peer Educators

POW peer educators promote lifelong wellbeing with interactive experiences that teach fun and easy ways to make healthy choices. Click to learn more about POW Peer Educators.

Sexual Offense Support Peer Advocates

S.O.S. believes in empowering individuals and groups to respond to survivors of sexual misconduct in ways that are confidential, empathetic, and non-judgmental. Click to learn more about SOS Peer Advocates.

Internship Opportunities

We offer a variety of unpaid internships that look great on your resume and offer you opportunities to expand your knowledge and experience with wellness topics. Click the button below to learn more.

Join Our Team

TOTAL student wellness leaders

We’re a big team and growing! We hope you’ll consider joining one of our student groups or applying for an internship through our office. If you have more questions about our student leadership opportunities, be sure to email us: studentwellness@udel.edu

Stay In The Loop

We prioritize communicating to students all the upcoming health and wellness opportunities on campus

  • Check out our Wellness Events on campus such as our annual Halloween Spooktacular and Shamrock Fest
  • Subscribe to our Wellness Events Newsletter to learn more about health and wellness issues related to college students
  • Read our recent Wellness Blog articles geared towards our student population

Upcoming Events

World Mental Health Day is Thursday, October 10

World Mental Health Day is Thursday, October 10

Several organizations are working together this Thursday to host a conversation about mental health. Through an online Twitter discussion, students will have a safe space to share how colleges and universities can better support students’ mental health and...

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