College Prevention Programs

 

Statistic showing that women 18-24 who are not in college are at the highest risk for sexual assault, when compared to all women, and to women ages 18 to 24 who are in college.

College campuses can give you a sense of security—a feeling that everyone knows each other and watches out for one another. There are perpetrators who take advantage of this feeling of safety and security to commit acts of sexual violence. Sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking are serious problems facing college students today.

Our goal is to change social norms, behaviors, and practices on college campuses and to cultivate a community climate free from sexual violence by providing primary prevention programs that can improve and reduce the incidence of victimization from rape or sexual assault in on campus.

We offer a variety of programs for students and faculty that include:

  • Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) by Jackson Katz
    • Bystander approach to gender violence & bullying prevention 
  • Step UP! Bystander Intervention Program
    • Step UP! is a pro-social behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others
  • Escalation Workshop by One Love Foundation
    • Healthy relationship, Stalking, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault
  • Live Respect by Tony Porter
    • Healthy Masculinity Curriculum
  • Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Assault
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Title IX/Clery Act
  • Gender Based Violence on College Campuses
  • Sexual Harassment