Texas Tech University

R.A.D. Self-Defense Training

What is R.A.D. Self-Defense Training?

Rape Aggression Defense, or R.A.D., is Texas Tech's self-defense training that is open to all female-identifying students. This program consists of two-day sessions including a lecture and activity portion. You must attend both sessions to complete the program. The courses are led by certified instructors through R.A.D. Systems. This two-day training is $10 and is charged through Texas Tech's eBill.

Open sessions are available to all community members who identify as female. Closed sessions are available to TTU female-identifying students only. These trainings fill up on a first-come, first-serve basis with priority given to female-identifying TTU students during open sessions.

To learn more about R.A.D., or to discuss scheduling a private training for your student organization, email RISE@ttu.edu

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To register for the scheduled sessions, please fill out the registration form below.

There are currently no available dates for R.A.D. Self-Defense Training.

Please note that you must attend both the lecture and activity sessions of this course. Completing the following form does not guarantee a spot. Confirmation will be given via email post-completion of sign up.