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The Wellness Project

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Our Mission

Wellness Project LogoThe Wellness Project from the Dean of Students Office provides preventative education focused on the use of alcohol and other drugs, building healthy relationships, reaching out to peers in need, and connecting students to safe and effective resources. The program works collaboratively with campus partners to educate the Chapman community about University policies, available resources, and practices and to offer engaging programs into one comprehensive environmental management program to achieve these goals.

+ - Who We Are

Our Alcohol and Wellness Peer Educator team is composed of seven motivated undergraduates working to facilitate positive change in the Chapman community by collaborating with multiple departments and student organizations. In addition, our student videographer executes media projects to expand the message of the Wellness Project through video and photography while our two student graphic designers engage the campus through stunning visuals in our passive educational campaigns.

Meet each of our peer educators here!

+ - We Are Hiring!

Would you like to be part of next year's team? The Wellness Project is hiring 4-6 new peer educators for the 2019-2020 school year. If you're passionate about wellness, enjoy working in a team environment, and are willing to go out of your comfort zone and interact with various groups on campus, this may be the job for you!

 Wellness Project Hiring Flyer


What is the Wellness Project?

The Wellness Project is a team of peer educators that provides education through events and campaign focused on the use of alcohol and other drugs as well as the seven areas of wellness. We connect students to safe and effective resources by collaborating with multiple departments and student organizations.

What Will I Do?

Become a NASPA certified peer educator.

Plan monthly events and educational campaigns on different areas of wellness.

Collaborate and work with various clubs, organizations, and resources on campus.

Minimum 10 hour work weeks in a diverse team environment.

Regular work hours accommodate class schedules.

Peer educators may work extra hours or rearrange their schedules for events. 

How can I apply?

Contact us for more information at: or 

Learn more about us through our Instagram! @cuwellnessproject 

+ - Videos

Check out past campaign videos or learn more about the Wellness Project peer educators and what wellness means to us by checking out our videos page.