To enable students to better understand their choices and
make informed decisions regarding their sexual and reproductive
is a peer counseling and health education program located in the
Klotz Student Health Center at CSUN.
promote awareness and safe sexual practices, while acknowledging
and respecting that students have diverse beliefs and backgrounds.
group is run by CSUN students who volunteer their time to educate
our peers on the most current medically-accurate information regarding
womenís and menís health, contraception, STDs, HIV/AIDS, and sexuality
concerns. EROS consists of students peer counselors, one student
peer coordinator, and a staff advisor.
Educators & Coordinator
Responsibilities and Commitments
year academic commitment (two semesters)
at summer training and a one-day winter training
weekly birth control sessions
to promote program
and writing educational materials
in a mandatory weekly staff meeting
You Can Become A Peer Educator
are accepted each Spring semester for the following academic year.
more information, please call (818) 677-6328.