Student Training

What You Should Know

The Office for Accessibility and Gender Equity provides a variety of courses and programs to educate students on violence prevention and to support the development of healthy relationship skills for every Gator.


Violence Prevention Course

Violence prevention education is an integral part of the culture of care at the University of Florida. The violence prevention hold requires all new students to complete a course on violence prevention. The goal of this course is to help students make healthy decisions and promote a positive and safe culture on and off-campus. This is a one-time hold applied to student’s records after they register for their first term. It is a requirement for all UF students.

Violence Prevention Course


Mental Well-Being Course

Everyone wants to get the most out of life and one way to do that is to make sure to prioritize mental wellness. By taking care of our emotional well-being and mental health, we can be more present in our relationships and better navigate the ups and downs of life.

This course explores the domains of mental wellness and well-being, unpacks common misconceptions, and introduces prevention, healthy habits, and how to identify red flags and warning signs. Learners will explore strategies for mental well-being as individuals while also learning about how to be allies in promoting mental well-being.

This course is a 30-minute interactive web-based course. Students can access the course using their GatorLink email address. Once you follow the link below you will be asked to create an account using your name and password.

Mental Well-Being Course