Peer Education Programs

TAPP: Towson Alcohol Peer (Education) Program

While we are not interviewing new Peer Educators at this time, please click the button below and you will be contacted when we begin accepting new applications:

Want to be a Peer Educator?

TAPP peer educators get involved in the following activities:

  • Risk-Reduction Seminars - Weekly Wednesday class for low-level campus alcohol and marijuana offenders.
  • Campus Outreach - Classroom presentations, group specific program, interactive programs and activities..

Alcohol and drug peer educators present on a variety of topics including (but not limited to):

  • Binge Drinking
  • Risks/effects of alcohol
  • Blood alcohol level calculations
  • Drinking and Driving
  • Marijuana
  • Other illicit drugs (e.g. ecstasy, heroin, cocaine)     
  • Prescription drug abuse
  • Tobacco (off campus)
  • Myths about college use
  • Secondary effects of substance use

Presentations are tailored to the needs of both of those who requests the program and the target audience.

If you would like to request a program you can fill out a Program Request Form and a representative of the Counseling Center will contact you.





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