Student Wellness Awareness Network

Douglas College is more than just a college. We are a community that cares and wants students and employees to feel safe, respected, happy, and healthy. The Student Wellness Awareness Network is here to help spread health education and information so these words can translate into action. We hope more students feel connected, supported, and successful as a whole student moving forward.

The Student Wellness Awareness Network is a team comprised of student staff and student volunteers who are keen to spread health and wellness education to their peers, helping to foster healthy lifestyles. The group uses a variety of fun and innovative strategies to promote health on campus. These include college-wide outreach events, workshops, campaigns, interactive tabling, and much more. Peer-to-peer support can be an effective way to help work through challenges, relay important messages, and provide resources.

Applications for Fall 2020 are *CLOSED*. Please check back near the end of Fall Term 2020 for the Winter 2021 application period and information. 

What to expect after you apply:

Within two weeks of your application submission, you will receive an email from the Student Wellness Awareness Team Program Coordinator with some follow-up questions, instructions for online Student Wellness Awareness Team orientation, and the upcoming Fall semester meeting schedule. 

Because we invest a lot of resources into your experience and development, we want to make sure this is the right fit for you and the program. 


  1. "The program really pushed me out of my comfort zone. I think it made me become more open, and I was able to build relationships with the Student Wellness Awareness Network members. It filled the experience of Douglas College for me. It helped me be more confident..." 
  2. "I felt extremely comfortable to share my ideas. It is evident that my teammates care and understand me. I now feel interested and motivated to volunteer more at Douglas." 
  3. "I felt like this program helped me get comfortable with talking to people and public speaking." 
  4. "I gained confidence to just put myself out there! It also taught me that I need to practice self-care and balance for my own well-being."

--- Winter, 2019 Student Wellness Awareness Network members




Wellness Coordinator
Breanna Fraser-Hevlin