Volunteers Speak UP! empowers you to help keep UT’s campus safe for all Volunteers.
Every volunteer has a role to play in taking care of the UT community. Volunteers Speak UP! trains UT students, faculty, and staff to recognize potentially harmful situations and safely intervene. Learn about the important role you can play as an active bystander to intervene in potentially harmful behaviors before they occur.
There are three active bystander programs:
Volunteers Speak UP! First Year Studies (FYS) Edition is designed specifically for FYS 101 classes. This program serves as an introductory overview on how to become an active bystander.
The Volunteers Speak UP! RSVP (Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention) program teaches participants to recognize a potentially harmful situation and assume responsibility to prevent sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
The Volunteers Speak UP! Alcohol Edition teaches participants to recognize unsafe drinking behaviors to prevent other alcohol-related injuries, deaths, and other incidents.
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