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OUT@UT is a first year studies class designed for LGBTQIA students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville which aims to facilitate both personal growth and growth as a campus leader. This class meets every week and gives students the space to explore LGBTQIA history and culture, while also learning about the importance of being an engaged student and what it means to be OUT at UT. Other resources exclusively offered to OUT@UT students include a peer mentor program with upper level LGBTQIA students at UT and volunteer opportunities at the OUTreach Center.

Class topics include, but are not limited to, coming out, campus life, healthy relationships, mental health, body image, becoming an active citizen, and intersectionality. .

OUT@UT is being taught Fall 2015 on Mondays 1:25-2:15

FYS 129, section 025

Searchable by course number 46813


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