SVSU Peer Health Education students attend BACCHUS Initiatives conference

Four Saginaw Valley State University students attended the Boosting Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students (BACCHUS) Initiatives General Assembly. The conference, which took place Nov. 16-19 in Denver, was hosted by the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

The event brought students and advisers from across the nation together to network, collaborate, and share ideas related to university-based peer health education programs.

The students in attendance were all members of the SVSU Peer Health Education Program, a student wellness program geared towards educating students on a range of topics relating to alcohol and drugs, sexual responsibility, and other health-related topics.

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