Student-Led Initiatives

Student-Only Events

Healthy Cooking Sessions

Join Peer Health Educator (PHE) volunteers for interactive cooking sessions to learn how to prepare a healthy and budget-friendly meal, while connecting with other students.

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Fresh Food Box & Mason Jar Meals

PHE volunteers put together Fresh Food Boxes and Mason Jar Meals for students to purchase and pick up.

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Recreational Run Club

Register and join PHE volunteers for weekly runs.

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Dogs on Campus

Dogs on Campus is back! Visit St. John’s Ambulance handler & dog Oscar weekly on campus.

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Ask Me Anything About Sex

Got questions about sex? Submit your questions anonymously and have them answered by our expert panel comprised of students and staff who work in the sexual health field.  Answers will be posted on the QueensU Be Well Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.

Health Webinars and Podcasts

View and listen to health-related content researched and recorded by our Peer Health Educators

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Health and Wellness Blogs

Queen’s Home Kitchen is a collaborative project between Student Wellness Services, Health Promotion, and Peer Health Educator (PHE) volunteers. Two teams of volunteers, the Healthy Cooking Club & Healthy Eating Team, write and promote the blog posts.

Queen’s Home Kitchen aims to bring people together and foster a sense of community by connecting through food. PHE volunteers create and post content bi-weekly focusing on three main themes: recipes, food skills, and community.

Visit the Queen’s Home Kitchen website.

CampusWell is a health and wellness blog featuring articles written by Queen’s students and other university students on a wide range of topics. Students can find tailored content that can help improve their wellbeing, such as ways to effectively save money at Queen’s, menu planning strategies and tips, and how to stay active in the cold Kingston winters!

CampusWell also offers $50 Amazon gift card giveaways each week for reading and reviewing articles.

Visit CampusWell.


Peer Health Educators logo

Peer Health Educator (PHE) volunteers develop and implement health outreach initiatives during the fall and winter terms to help students make healthier choices. These student-led initiatives focus on health and wellness topics mentioned above, including healthy eating, healthy cooking, physical activity, rest & relaxation, safer substance use, financial literacy, sexual health, and mental fitness.