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Who we are

The Peer Educators provide educational information and lead educational programs designed to foster responsible attitudes and behaviors and raise awareness to promote informed, safe choices related to high risk behaviors associated with alcohol and drugs, dating, mental health, etc.

The Peer Educators are best known for their twice-monthly educational publication of “Pot Thoughts” which cover a variety of topics to promote wellness and safe and healthy choices. “Pot Thoughts “can be found in campus restrooms.

Past Program Topics Include:

  • Sleep
  • Stress Management
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Gratitude
  • Mindfulness
  • College Student Mental Health Awareness
  • Resiliency
  • Body Image
  • Safe Sex
  • Nutrition and Exercise
  • Substance Abuse and Addiction
  • Sexual Assault Prevention Awareness
  • Suicide Prevention Awareness

The Peer Educators are supervised by the Associate Director of Counseling.

Who we serve

Our programs serve Berry students and our campus community. There is no fee for our programs.

Contact Us

If you would like the Peer Educators to plan a program for your class, hall, club, team, or organization, please contact us at least two weeks in advance of your desired date.

Email: peereducators@berry.edu
Office Phone: 706.236.1758 (1758 if you are using a campus phone)
The Peer Educator Office is located in room 21 of The Ladd Center.

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