Sexual Violence Prevention Collaborative

Want to help create culture change to prevent sexual violence?

Welcome! We are a dedicated community of students, faculty, and staff working together to prevent sexual violence on campus. Along with over 40 institutions across the nation, we are proud to be part of NASPA’s national Culture of Respect Initiative that provides structure and guidance to our efforts.

We Need Your Help!

Join our growing community of students, faculty, and staff working together to create program and policy changes to prevent campus sexual violence! Together, we can change the culture to ensure a safer environment for all.

We meet every 4th Friday of the month from 2- 4 PM.

What to Expect and How to Apply

As a member you will:

  • Work collaboratively, across departments, roles, and the community, to share the responsibility of making meaningful change
  • Prioritize meeting monthly every fourth Friday of the month from 2-4PM to accomplish its goals
  • Devote 4 to 6 hours per month to fulfill subcommittee responsibilities and/or program collaborations
  • Assist in administering a rigorous campus assessment
  • Assist in drafting and implementing a comprehensive plan to strengthen efforts to address sexual violence
  • Engage in learning and professional development opportunities to increase knowledge and skills related to sexual violence prevention and response
  • Participate, as applicable, in midpoint and endpoint satisfaction surveys and focus groups as needed to inform improvements to the Culture of Respect program
  • Help challenge and change existing practices and procedures to better align with best practices, guidance, and emerging evidence to prevent and respond to sexual violence

*Survivors, especially individuals from marginalized and underserved communities, are highly encouraged to apply. For more information, you may attend one of our info sessions to learn more about how we are going about our work. To apply, please click on the link below to start your online application.

Upcoming Info Session:

Please contact Denmark Diaz, Men’s Health Educator, at for any questions about the Collaborative. 

We will be regularly updating this page with more information. We welcome persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. Please contact Denmark Diaz, Men’s Health Educator, at to make an arrangement or for any questions.

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