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Oct13
2010

Welcoming our new chapters.

By Denny Kolsch

Over the past year, TWLOHA has had the privilege of bringing a message of hope and help to college students through our University Chapters program (otherwise known as “UChapters”). Now three semesters strong, UChapters boasts of 35 gifted and inspired chapters. And as our MOVE Community Conferences continue to fill the calendar with future dates in regions across the US, students continue to have the opportunity to receive the required training to start a chapter on their campus.  

So why would you want to start or join a TWLOHA University Chapter? Well, if you are a student who wants to do something with your inspiration and compassion for others but doesn’t know how or what that could look like, then beginning a chapter or joining one is a great way. At TWLOHA, we use the word “community” a lot, and it’s something we believe can really change someone’s life. But it begins with committing to people. UChapters, at the heart, is a group of people that exists to support each other and the student body around them. In short, if you are a student who realizes that people need people, then start or join a chapter. 

Our chapters are compassionate activists who give their hearts to bring TWLOHA’s mission and vision to life on campus. They organize creative events that are stirring the conversation of mental health. Lives are changing. It’s a process, but it’s happening.        

Below is a list of our newest chapters. We are excited and thankful to welcome them into our community. If you have an interest in beginning or joining a chapter, visit twlohauchapters.com

Central Michigan University
Trent University
University of West Florida
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Dayton
University of the Incarnate Word
East Tennessee State University
Creighton University
Florida Gulf Coast University
University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign
Northwest Missouri State University
Georgia College and State University
Canisius College
The Florida State University

With Hope,
Denny
UChapters Director

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