Events and activities

Further information

  • Take the Consent Matters course
  • Want feedback on your drinking
  • Become a volunteer peer educator

nullThe Health Promotion Unit runs a number of activities and events for students at the UWA Crawley Campus and in the residential colleges.

Upcoming events include:

  1. UWA Student Guild ODAY
  2. Five ways to wellbeing
  3. Residential college events
  4. Lived Experience Panel 



Stall at the UWA Student Guild ODAY

Start the new semester by finding out if you are fit for study with our team of volunteer Peer Educators. Our skilled team of student volunteers can provide you with feedback on your current drinking patterns and give you strategies for reducing your risk of alcohol related harm.

Five ways to wellbeing: Make your mental health pledge

The start of a new semester is a good time to make a commitment to look after your mental health and wellbeing. We invite you to set a personal goal to improve your wellbeing across 5 key areas: be active, connect, give, keep learning and take notice.

Our Fit For Study Peer Educators provide this activity at numerous events during the year.

Residential College events

In semester 1 & 2, we will be running  outreach events in the residential colleges over meal times.

Think Drink Extravaganza

Find out if you know how to pour a standard drink and work out your average BAC after a night out.

Brief Alcohol Interventions

Our skilled team of Peer Educators can provide you with personalised feedback on your current drinking patterns and give you strategies for reducing your drinking and risk of alcohol related harm.

SHARE Sexual Health & Relationship Education

Speak to our Peer Educators about all things consent, sexual health and relationships! Try out our Consent Traffic Lights, Saucy Sex Scale and more.

Lived Experience Panel

Join our panel discussions and hear our Lived Experience Peer Educators share their stories of mental health challenges in a safe and purposeful way, to support other students. Find out what support they found to be helpful in their recovery.

Read more about the Lived Experience Project here. 

For information on other initiatives run by the Health Promotion Unit, visit the Unit home page.