Clemson University

Tigers Together Advocacy Training

In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day and Suicide Prevention Month, Tigers Together is offering an all-campus suicide prevention training - faculty, staff, and students are invited to join and learn valuable, life-saving suicide intervention skills.

According to the CDC, about nine young people between 18 - 22 years old die by suicide every day (1). One way this multifaceted public health concern can be combated is by participating in gatekeeper trainings such as Clemson's Tigers Together Advocacy Training (TTAT).

This experiential training enhances advocates' knowledge, awareness, and skills concerning college student suicide. Emphasis is placed on developing empathic listening skills, communication skills and the ability to compassionately and directly ask students about suicidal thoughts.


1. WISQARS Leading Causes of Death Reports, 2018

Thursday, September 10 at 10:30am to 12:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Training and Development


Student Affairs, Healthy Campus

Target Audience

All Audiences




Contact Name:

Kristi Nielson

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Recent Activity

Darlene K Fink

Darlene K Fink left a positive review 9/9/2020

This was great. The instructors were very knowledgeable and provided a lot of information I needed to help handle a situation if one should occur

Christine Babb

Christine Babb 9/10/2020

I signed up but don't see the link to join in the virtual training

Ethan Kung

Ethan Kung 8/10/2020

Please post a recording of the event, I would like to view it. Thanks.

Katherine Black

Katherine Black 8/5/2020

I really would like to take this class, but I have a drs. appt. then. Will it be given again.