The SUSS Peer Supporters, also referred to as SUSS OWLs (Our Well-being Listeners), are a group of trained students collaborating with Student Life (STL) to actively promote social, emotional, physical, and mental well-being through outreach initiatives; and provide a listening ear to peers in need.

The OWLs' key activities include:

  • Provide peer support by being a listening ear for students in Here to Hear (H2H) sessions
  • Organise and coordinate well-being workshops
  • Facilitate experiential wellness events
  • Promote awareness on the importance of mental wellness through social media

The OWLs are mentored by STL staff in the areas of leadership, personal development, project management. To ensure sustainability and continuity of the peer support structure, each peer supporter commits for a minimum of one year and they are strongly encouraged to continue as senior peer supporters.


OWLs Photo 1An OWL member leading a workshop during the Making Sense event focusing on the promotion of wellness by actively involving participants' five senses.

OWLs Photo 2Experiencing emotional connection in action as students participate in the Avatar's Flight OWLs' Awakening Freshman Orientation Programme.


Reach out to the OWLs through the following communication channels:

Explore these three-part video series presented by the OWLs, as they strive to raise awareness and advocate against the stigma surrounding mental health issues by sharing their personal experiences:

  • Click here for Episode 1
  • Click here for Episode 2
  • Click here for Episode 3

If you are keen to be an OWL? please look out for the recruitment drive on the OWLs' Instagram, Student Portal, and Student Life's Telegram Channel.

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