Student Health and Wellness
The University of Texas at Tyler
The Office of Student Health and Wellness supports student learning at UT Tyler by creating opportunities, programs and policies empowering students to:
- Reach their full potential.
- Take responsibility for themselves and others.
- Contribute to the creation of a healthy, safe and socially just learning environment.
Campus programs and trainings offered through Student Health and Wellness include certified peer educator training, the Campus Assault Response Effort (CARE) program, the fall student health fair, and presentations on a variety of topics from interpersonal violence and bystander intervention to stress management, healthy eating and life balance.
UT Tyler students have opportunities to gain practical experience in health promotion through peer health education and internships. Students can apply for internships, become nationally certified peer educators through UT Tyler's affiliation with The BACCHUS Network-Area 6 and/or assist with Student Health and Wellness programs and events.
Student Health and Wellness also offers Student Health 101, an online health and wellness magazine for students and the university community.