Healthy Noles is a group of trained student leaders that strive to educate the FSU community on several issues related to Wellness. 

As peer health educators, we focus on the topics of Wellness, such as Stress management, Sleep education, Nutrition & Body Image, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Sexual Health Education, Healthy Relationships, Power-based Violence Prevention, and Emotional Well-being. Healthy Noles serve the FSU community through: 

  •  Campus events and outreach 
  •  Facilitating workshops 
  • Classroom Presentations 
  •  Developing health materials and passive campaigns 
  •  Serving as health advocates 

What is Healthy Noles? 

Healthy Noles is a student organization directed and advised by CHAW with the purpose of training student leaders into peer health educators who educate the FSU community through health advocacy events, presentations, and engaging in peer discussions. While we educate on healthy norms and behaviors, we also challenge and confront harmful social norms and individual behaviors. 

Additionally, Healthy Noles is a growing organization. With growth, there are more leadership position opportunities available, more health advocacy event-planning opportunities, and a closer supportive community. 

What is the commitment of being in Healthy Noles? 

Healthy Noles has bi-weekly meetings that are usually one hour long and mandatory, as they are our primary way of planning for events. 

Outside of weekly meetings, we ask students to participate in at least 8 hours of advocacy events per semester. Each month we offer several advocacy event opportunities. Sign-ups are divided into one-hour increments to make participation more flexible for all students. 

All new members have to complete the Peer Health Educator Training. The training usually is held on a Friday afternoon through Saturday. The Peer Health Educator Training is offered once or twice a semester, depending on demand. Our next new member training will be held on January 26th & 27th, 2024. 

How can I join Healthy Noles? 

Healthy Noles recruits at the beginning of every semester. To express interest in joining please click the link down below and fill out the survey. We will contact you during our recruitment cycles to join! 

If you have any other questions, please contact 

What are the benefits of joining Healthy Noles? 

Healthy Noles students develop the tools and skills they need to succeed as peer health educators at Florida State. Members have opportunities to develop a strong leadership identity and learn transferable professional skills, such as public speaking and event planning, and a sense of community between members. Additionally, you will gain a better understanding of health and wellness while giving back to the FSU community. You will be able to gain these skills and more all while having fun and making new friends! We also have the privilege to easily connect with the CHAW professional staff team. They serve as our main support system for programming and will gladly individual and personal support to any member of Healthy Noles.