RENEW Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness University Counseling Center Florida State University


Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness

RENEW (Realizing Everyone’s Need for Emotional Wellness) is an undergraduate mental health advocacy and peer-education program sponsored by the University Counseling Center. RENEW provides outreach, presentations, and individual instructional sessions on emotional wellness topics.

Find out more about RENEW and our history HERE

Questions, comments or suggestions? 
Contact the RENEW coordinator at

Request an Individual Instructional Session

Request a Presentation for your Class or Organization

Topics Include:

Stress Management | Time Management | Study Skills | Healthy Relationships | Adjusting to College

Meet our Exec Board!

From left to right: Raina Novelli-Miller (Secretary), Daniel Emanuel (Treasurer), Kelsey Garrett (Director of Program Development), Ben Slayton (President), Shoshanah Bush (Director of Public Relations), Savannah Woller (Vice President)


Become A RENEW Member

Thanks for your interest in becoming a RENEW member! At the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester we seek to find new and enthusiastic students to join our peer educator and outreach team. There are typically only a select few spots available and the application process is competitive. We’re a very active organization in which there is plenty of opportunity for community outreach as well as personal and professional development. You can expect the application to be available during the first few weeks of each semester (traditionally starting during the first week of classes)

Applications will be opening in August 2019!

In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like more information, you can find us on social media through these links:

Facebook Instagram Twitter

If you have any other questions , please feel free to send an email on over to

Stay safe, stay well, and keep striving towards excellence!

– RENEW Exec

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