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PATH stands for Peer Advocates Teaching Health. We are a peer health education team that provides valuable, interactive, and fun health presentations to classrooms, organizations, residence halls, departments and other areas of campus on a variety of health related topics. We are currently the only peer health educators on the Texas Woman's University Campus.

Events are held throughout the semester and encourages students to become involved, and to discuss health issues affecting college students. PATH is known campus wide for their student-run programs like:

    Zumba with PATH                                                  Sex in the Dark (Sexual health)

    Red Light, Green Light (Healthy relationships)          Do You Have Balls? (Stress management)

    Self-Defense with PATH (Domestic Violence)         Getting Frisky can Be Risky (Safe spring break)


If you would like more information on how to schedule presentations or any questions regarding membership, please email PATH at

Don't forget to  us on Facebook and keep up our exciting events throughout the semester! 


PATH applications for 2016-2017 will be available in March.

Check back for the application and recommendation forms, along with information sessions to become a peer health educator.


page last updated 2/9/2016 4:57 PM