Peers Advocating Wellness for Students
PAWS (Peers Advocating Wellness for Students) is Butler's peer health education group. Peer education means students learning from other students; PAWS members are trained student volunteers who care about the health and wellbeing of their fellow students. PAWS actively seeks to educate the Butler community about important wellness topics including healthy relationships, sexual health, body image and eating disorders, and stress management.
PAWS is an affiliate group of the NASPA Health, Safety and Wellbeing Initiatives.
Dawgs Dare to Self-Care 15 Day Challenge
PAWS wants to help you be the best version of yourself! Participate in the Dawgs Dare To Self-Care 15-Day Challenge on your own or with a group. Download a printable calendar with daily prompts. Share the impact of this challenge with us on social media using hashtag #DawgsDareToSelfCare .
PAWS hosts a program once a month that is open to the entire campus. Each program centers around a different wellness topic.
Program Schedule: Fall 2019
PAWS also holds open monthly meetings where anyone can voice feedback or make suggestions for wellness programs. We want to hear your ideas! All meetings take place in HRC 154 starting at 6:30 pm.
Meeting Schedule: Fall 2019
What has PAWS been up to? Follow the HRC on Instagram, Twitter (@butlerHRC), Facebook to find out!
Contact PAWS: email@example.com / Health and Recreation Center (HRC) 101