Living a full, balanced life is critical to each Volunteer’s success at UT. Being a healthy Vol means taking proactive steps to avoid the common cold and flu, eating a balanced diet, being physically active, and getting enough sleep. It also means building a social network, relieving stress, and knowing when to seek treatment for health concerns.
Get involved in fitness classes, outdoor sports, and intramurals with RecSports. If you have come down with the latest bug that’s been going around campus, set up an appointment with a physician at the Student Health Center. From physical to mental health, find the support you need to be successful during your time at UT.
Find Your Fit
Whether you bike, run, lift, climb, or swim, RecSports has you covered. RecSports has a number of programs including fitness, aquatics, intramurals, outdoor pursuits, sports clubs, and allows for friendly competition, fitness training, and sport to all members of the university community.
Student Health Center
The staff at the Student Health Center are dedicated to ensuring you stay healthy during the school year. From primary care to sports medicine, the Student Health Center provides services that will help you with your health concerns.
Vols Help Vols
Center for Health Education & Wellness
The Center for Health Education & Wellness empowers all Volunteers to thrive by cultivating personal and community well-being. Through programming that educates the UT community about their own health and wellness, The Center for Health Education & Wellness encourages students to actively advocate for the health and wellness of their fellow Volunteers.
Support Your Well-being
Student Counseling Center
The Student Counseling Center is the university’s primary facility for personal counseling, psychotherapy, and mental health outreach and consultation services. Services include group and individual therapy, Therapy Assistance Online, and crisis resources.