Students are at the center of our work and support all our programming from development to implementation. The Longhorn Wellness Center offers several opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students to get involved in campus health promotion, including through participation in our peer education programs, student organizations and various leadership opportunities. Check out the options below to learn more and find the right fit for you!
Longhorn Wellness Center Programs
Longhorn Wellness Peers participate in a three-semester course, provide interactive and educational outreach activities such as presenting workshops to student groups, and develop initiatives that positively impact students’ health. New peer educators are recruited each February and March for the following school year.Get Involved
The UT Body Project is designed to help female-identifying students navigate cultural pressures and empowers participants to create and affirm positive body image. The program consists of four one-hour small-group sessions facilitated once a week by trained peer educators. Students are recruited to join the group at the beginning of each semester.Get Involved
Voices Against Violence Theatre for Dialogue (TFD) uses applied theatre and performance to initiate conversation about relationships, consent, boundaries and signs of power and control. All TFD performances are done by undergraduate and graduate student actors. Student actors are paid and recruited in the early fall.Get Involved
The Student Mental Health Alliance promotes mental health for all UT students by raising awareness about resources and reducing the stigma attached to mental health. Our org plans community events, offers volunteer opportunities and hosts guest speakers. Students can join at any time and membership is open to any enrolled UT Austin student.Get Involved
The Voices Against Violence (VAV) student org is dedicated to promoting a campus culture of consent and healthy relationships. We host events, activities, and conversations around interpersonal violence prevention. Students can join at any time and membership is open to any enrolled UT Austin student.Get Involved
Ambassadors learn strategies and work together to create plans on how to infuse changes in their organization to enhance its members’ mental health and overall well-being. Applications for the MHAP are open in the fall.Get Involved
The Healthy Student Org Program helps registered and sponsored student organizations lay the foundation for a healthy, thriving and engaged student group! Learn about resources and toolkits to support your org in creating healthy habits amongst your membership all while promoting a culture of wellness. Student orgs can join anytime throughout the school year.Get Involved
View current job openings for UT students.Get Involved
If you have about any questions about the above opportunities, please reach out to us via email.
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