I2U Peer Educators educate the campus community about a variety of health and safety issues, such as:
Coping with stress
Personal adjustment and transitions
I2U Peer Educators Mission Statement
The I2U Peer Educator program at Immaculata University is committed to empowering students to make informed decisions on a wide range of health-related topics, while respecting their choices without judgment. Peer Educators connect students to University and community resources and provide engaging, inclusive and informative events, workshops and discussions about issues students face.
I2U Peer Educators meet weekly. If you cannot make the meeting, but would like to participate in activities and events, please contact the Office of Student Activities and Leadership. There will be an opportunity to participate in the Certified Peer Educator Training. Contact the Office if you are interested in becoming a Certified Peer Educator for the academic year. Certified Peer Educators are trained using the Bacchus Network: www.bacchusgamma.org. The Office of Student Activities and Leadership can be reached by calling: 484-323-3967.