Violence Prevention Programs

Violence Prevention Programs

Student Health Promotion departmental programs are available upon request. Below you will find a list of our current violence prevention programs by request.

Everfi, Inc. Haven™- Understanding Sexual Assault

Haven, an interactive online course which addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, which impact countless college students across the country. All incoming students are required to complete this course, other students can access the module by contacting Nicole Johnson, Senior Coordinator, Student Health Promotion.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Education

You Can’t Touch This
Learn about sexual assault and how to help sexual assault survivors. You provide an audience of men and women and we’ll provide an enlightening experience with games, music, acting, and more.

Time needed: 1 Hour

Got Consent?
This is an ongoing campaign provides education on topics of sexual violence and effective consent in sexual activity. Through this campaign we challenge myths about sexual assault, explore ways to keep consent sexy; provide educational material and prizes.

Time needed: 1.5 Hours

Relationship Violence Prevention and Education

Love shouldn’t hurt.
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy. It does not boast. It is not proud. It is not rude. It is not self-seeking. It is not easily angered.
Learn about relationship/intimate partner violence and unhealthy relationships in this interactive program.

Time needed: 1.5 Hours

Love is not…
This is a program that explores the dynamics of healthy relationships. How do intimate partners communicate effectively to ensure that both partners are treated with dignity and respect? In this program participants will learn about the warning sign of dating violence, support resources if they are experiencing relationship violence, and how to help a friend.

Time needed: 1.5 Hours

Bystander Intervention Training

Get S.M.A.R.T. (Sexual Misconduct and Abuse Reduction Training)
This is an interactive program designed after the Arizona State University Step UP! Program to educate the university community on bystander intervention and risk reduction techniques. Our goal is to demonstrate the role everyone can play in reducing incidents of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

Request a program