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Thank you for your interest in requesting a program from the Center for Health Education and Wellness. Please request your program at least two weeks in advance. Each program is approximately one hour in length. Please submit only one group request per form.


VOLS 2 VOLS Peer Health Educators are a team of volunteer student leaders who are trained to engage the UT community about health and wellness topics. Their workshops are hands-on and interactive. Their programs create a safe space for participants to engage with the peer health educators and learn more about health and wellness.

The three programs currently offered by VOLS 2 VOLS are:

  • Healthy Relationships
  • It’s Not Taboo (Sexual Health)
  • Know the Standard (Alcohol Risk-Reduction)

Workshops are limited to thirty participants. For larger groups and additional inquiries, e-mail or call 865-974-5725.

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Volunteers Speak UP!


There are three Volunteers Speak UP! programs. The Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) program includes information on consent, how to provide support to someone who has been sexually assaulted, and how to be an active bystander. The program concludes with resources and how to promote a Vols Help Vols culture at UT and beyond.

The Alcohol Edition program includes information on how to recognize alcohol overdose, care-taking skills for when someone has overdosed on alcohol, how to be an active bystander, and ways to Speak UP! in situations. The program include discussion on specific scenarios related to concerning drinking behavior and drinking and driving.

The FYS Edition is designed for First-Year Studies students. It introduces students to bystander intervention and serves as an overview of issues addressed in the other VSU programs.

Available resources are provided during the program as well as how to promote a Vols Help Vols culture at UT and beyond.

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Distressed Student Protocol: 974-HELP

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It can be overwhelming to experience a situation with a student in which you believe he/she needs a level of care or support that is out of your comfort zone or training. 974-HELP serves as a way for students, faculty, staff, and families to express their concerns and reach out for support for a student.

This program about 974-HELP includes information about how to recognize the signs of a distressed or struggling student, what happens when 974-HELP is called, the supports that are available to students, and the follow-up that occurs to keep students healthy and safe.

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The Consent program explores the campus policy and definition of consent, as well as factors that impact the ability to give consent. Through interactive activities, students learn how to recognize when consent is present, when it is not, and what to do when consent may be unclear.

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Know Your Policy

know_policy_programThe Know Your Policy program provides information on the campus Policy on Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking.

The Know Your Policy program provides information on the campus Policy on Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking. Get the facts on students’ rights related to the policy, key definitions, and resources for students.

View the official policy here:

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Program Toolkits

These programs are designed to be facilitated by class instructors, Resident Assistants, or advisors. We provide the lesson plan, activity materials, and additional items for you to successfully deliver the program for your class or group.

Stress Reduction

Stress Reduction explores the types and sources of stress that many college students will experience. This program utilizes the Survival Guide to Stress booklet and includes coping with stress, signs of unhealthy stress, and provides campus resources students can use to help manage their stress.

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