Troy University’s Trojan Outreach was recently recognized for it student wellness education efforts on the TROY campus.
Trojan Outreach was named am Outstanding Peer Education program by National Association of Student Personnel Administrators for their work during Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week in October 2020.
Trojan Outreach routinely puts on events to help promote wellness on campus like the Clothesline Project which was part of the effort recognized.
The goal of Trojan Outreach is to educate student on topics not often cover in classrooms by getting word out among student body.
“Trojan Outreach means community,” says Peer Educator Jace Mitcham. “It means going out getting involved with other students and helping them know more about topics that a lot of people don’t discuss.”
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