Responsible Education and Action for Campus Health (REACH)
REACH is a student run organization sponsored by Student Government and the Center
for Student Well-Being. Members of REACH strive to promote holistic wellness through
educational presentations and campus events, informing USF students on wellness resources,
ways to live a healthy lifestyle, and how taking care of yourself can improve your
success as a student.
Each Spring semester, the Center for Student Well-Being trains new peer health educators to join the team. Students joining reach have the option to join one of 3 focus areas: Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention; General Wellness & Mental Health; or Sexual Health and Violence Prevention. Peers attend weekly meetings and conduct outreach on various wellness topics throughout campus such as through their "Healthy Monday" Campaign.
REACH is affiliated with the national collegiate peer education organization BACCHUS and GAMMA. For more information on the BACCHUS and GAMMA network, please visit www.bacchusnetwork.org.