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About

Anti-Violence Initiatives Mission

Guided by the Division of Student Affairs’ Mission, Anti-Violence Initiatives leads the campus effort to address issues of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. We work with our community partners to create a campus environment that is intolerant of abuse and responsive to needs of victims/survivors. Our objective is to establish a campus culture for safety, free from power-based personal violence, resulting in a safer living and learning environment.

In order to satisfy the mission, two sets of goals have been developed:

For Students

  • Provide tools to develop healthy relationship skills
  • Increase awareness and accessibility to resources
  • Facilitate transitions from one victim-service provider to another
  • Ensure victims are treated with respect and appropriate action is taken

For Staff & Faculty

  • To increase knowledge about the victim-service response system and the role of referral agents
  • To cultivate a sense of shared ownership for the prevention of power-based PERSONAL violence

Additional On-Campus Resources

Initial Contact Advocacy Network (ICAN)

Student Health Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Residential Education & Housing

Campus Police Services

Student Conduct


More information:

Tools for Victims and Survivors

Healthy Relationships

Dating Bill of Rights

Personal Bill of Rights

Hookup Bill of Rights

Assertive, Nonassertive, and Aggressive Behaviors

How To Do Assertiveness

Assertive Behavior: Ideas to Keep in Mind

Test Your Assertiveness

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