Would you like the VOLS 2 VOLS to host a program for your students or organization? The VOLS 2 VOLS are available to facilitate many of the programs we offer.
Our programs are hands-on and interactive. We strive to create a non-judgmental space for participants to engage with our peer health educators and learn more about health and wellness as it impacts them.
For the full list of programs and request form, visit Request a Program.
When choosing a program, simply select the option for VOLS 2 VOLS to facilitate it.
For additional inquiries about VOLS 2 VOLS, e-mail Mary-Kate Hovanic at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-974-5725.
Healthy Relationships focuses on identifying characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships; defining passive, aggressive, and assertive communication; practicing assertive communication through role play; and exploring how the information presented is relevant to the range of personal and professional relationships students experience at UT. Consent, campus, and community resources are also covered.
It’s Not Taboo (Sexual Health)
It’s Not Taboo provides students a fun and interactive opportunity to discuss safer sex practices in a safe, nonjudgmental manner. The topics covered in this interactive presentation are sexually transmitted infections, barrier methods, and contraceptives. It is stressed that the information provided is useful to all individuals, whether they are currently sexually active or abstinent.
Kale, Yeah! Fantastic Food and You (Nutrition)
Kale, Yeah! is an interactive game that helps students identify the relationship nutrition has on general health and wellness. Participants learn the basic components of a healthy eating pattern, dietary recommendations, as well as tips specific to college students such as preparing meals on a budget, preparing meals in a residence hall, and quick snacks. The game also addresses current dieting trends.
Know the Standard (Alcohol Risk-Reduction)
Know the Standard is about alcohol risk-reduction. We know that drinking is a big responsibility, and if our students are choosing to drink, they should be equipped with information to do so in a safer manner.