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GW Listens is a student-run support network. We're here if you need help or want to talk

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Designed by students, run by students, built for students.
Mental health is just as important as physical health. In that spirit, and with the knowledge that many of us struggle in college, we decided to create a platform for you to speak with student volunteers who are here to help, listen to, and support you. Read more about us.

We are not available until late August, after Summer break.


We are here if you need someone to talk to. All of our conversations will forever be anonymous.

Call us at (202) 242-8255
Text us at (202) 517-2926
Message us online

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Peak Sen Chua

SA President

The first international student president in recent history.

Photo of Student Association president Peak Sen Chua

Peak Sen Chua is the Student Association President. He is a junior from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, double-majoring in the Milken Institute School of Public Health in Public Health and Political Science.

As President, he is directly supported by students known as the Vice Presidents and the Directors, collectively called the Executive Cabinet. They are available via email to answer your questions about their projects and areas of expertise.

Recent accomplishments from the Executive include creating GW Listens, a peer support network for students; relocating Student Health Services to the basement level of the Marvin Center so that students have centralized access to these services; and for putting student resources on the back of GWorld cards so that in a crisis, students know how to reach emergency and mental health services.

To contact President Chua, email him at Peak hosts office hours from 6:30 to 8:30p most Mondays in Marvin 427, register for a 15 minute chat. If you have questions or concerns, please reach out.