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Health Promotion & Wellness

Creating a Healthy State

at Mississippi State University

Health Service Volunteers

Health Service Volunteers (HSVs) is a peer-to-peer outreach program committed to encouraging our students to achieve overall health and well-being. Students who are apart of HSVs actively seek to educate the MSU community about important wellness topics including alcohol and other drug education, mental health, nutrition, healthy relationships, sexual health, body image, eating disorders, stress management, and more. The HSVs utilize the Health Hut to reach students in highly trafficked areas around campus, and provide information related to initiatives, connections to campus, and other resources.

Get involved

If you are passionate about health and well-being, get involved with our Health Service Volunteers! Our organization is the primary way for students to engage in health and well-being programming. Students are trained to deliver programs and engage the campus around important wellness topics. If you are interested, click on the Complete an application tab to complete an application.

Complete an application!

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Mission and vision

To promote healthy behaviors among Mississippi State University students by raising awareness, increasing knowledge of health issues, and providing campus and community resources.

To ensure a healthy student body at Mississippi State University and strive to be a model of health success in the state of Mississippi.

Benefits of becoming a Health Service VolunteerĀ 

Get involved on campus

Educate fellow students

Gain professional skills

Connect with others