ADAPT peer educators is comprised of a group of Loyola students who are committed to empowering and educating the Loyola community about wellness issues related to alcohol and other drug use. ADAPT Peer Educators believe in educating and empowering peers to make healthy choices and decisions when it comes to alcohol and drug use.
Loyola’s ADAPT Peer Educators are valuable members of the Loyola community, as they are heavily involved in the in the outreach component of alcohol and other drug education. For example, ADAPT Peer Educators offer presentations in classrooms and residence halls, in addition to creating campus-wide campaigns and social programs throughout the academic year.
Make a Difference. Join ADAPT!
No experience necessary—we'll prepare you to:
- Become a peer educator
- Engage in public speaking, program planning, and overall wellness education
- Gain leadership opportunities
For more information about the ADAPT, please email Mary Beth Mudric at email@example.com or call the office of student support and wellness promotion at ext. 2928.