Education

The Assault Survivors Advocacy Program (ASAP) provides outreach education in coordination with the Sexual Assault Free Environment (SAFE) committee which is comprised of faculty, staff, students and community members dedicated to prevention of sexual assault.  ASAP also provides training to peer student advocates and has internship opportunities available.   Peer student advocates are responsible for responding to hotline calls, providing outreach and prevention education on campus.

More information on sexual assault education, risk reduction, and University response is available through the Assault Survivors Advocacy Program, the Dean of Students Office, and Housing and Residence Life.

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