Become an Agent for Change
Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS) offers numerous opportunities for students to get involved in fostering a healthy campus culture. Learn more about each opportunity below:
Healthy Campus Peer Agents Internship
Healthy Campus Peer Agents work to enhance the health of Binghamton University students through a variety evidence-based health promotion initiatives. Peer Agents promote greater well-being by working with peers to increase awareness of wellness resources on campus, provide support, and encourage responsible decision-making.
HPPS Graduate Assistantships
- Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs
- General Health Education
- Mental Health Education
- Interpersonal Violence Prevention
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
SHAC is a group of students and representatives of select student services offices who, in an advisory capacity, provide assistance to the University's Vice Preident for Student Affairs. Issues appropriate for the committee's review include types of services, accessibility, educational needs and programs, quality assurance and campus outreach efforts. If interested in becoming involved contact Mark Rice at the University Counseling Center at email@example.com.
Student Association Groups
There are dozens of Student Association (SA) groups which serve as social outlets for students interested in all aspects of health and wellness. Whether you are interested in physical fitness, mindfulness, nutrition, etc. there is sure to be an SA group right for you. Check out CampusGroups on B-Engaged for a comprehensive list of health focussed SA groups.