Peer Education Programs

One amazing way to get involved in supporting survivors and preventing violence on campus is to join the Violence Prevention Educators! VPEs are current NDSU students who volunteer their time to work with the campus community on awareness and prevention of power-based personal violence with a focus on sexual violence, dating violence and stalking. VPEs attend regular training to be able to lead conversations on consent, healthy relationships, and sexual assault to name a few. VPEs are also instrumental in implementing campus wide events like Take Back the Night and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Learn more about the VPEsHERE!

We are now accepting applicants for the 2023-2024 academic year!
Violence Prevention Educator Application

The Campus Well-being Educators (CWEs) aim to PROMOTE, PROVIDE, & CONNECT, creating improved overall student well-being. They are the North Dakota State University resource for student engagement, campus resource referral, community collaboration, developing and implementing education, and assessment and evaluation in connection with the President’s Council for Campus Well-Being. The CWEs develop and deliver educational content and programs on a wide range of topics including physical well-being, social well-being, environmental well-being, mental health, sexual health, and substance use. If you would like to learn more, contact Emily Hegg at with any questions. 

We are now accepting applicants for the 2023-2024 academic year!
Campus Well-being Educator Application

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