Even with the best prevention efforts in place, sadly, students, faculty, and staff throughout the world will become victims of sexual assault and violence on campus.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, Vector Solutions is providing a variety of free, valuable resources to educators and administrators to use on their campus and in their classrooms to change student and employee behaviors regarding sexual assault and violence.
First, Holly Rider, our Vice President of Education Strategy, shares how this month, Vector Solutions is helping to create an environment of racial justice that will promote sexual violence prevention on campuses. And, how to engage not only students but faculty and staff during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Watch below!
On Thursday, April 13, we are hosting our webinar, A Campus Approach to Sexual Violence Prevention, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Mental Well-Being, which explores ways to prevent sexual misconduct for students and communities who have historically-oppressed identities by examining the frameworks, tools, and programs that consider the intersections of sexual violence prevention, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and mental well-being. You do not want to miss this!
As part of the reauthorized Violence Against Women Act—passed into law in April 2022—colleges and universities that receive federal funding will soon be required to administer an online campus climate survey every two years on issues related to dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking.
Download our new guide for best practices, resources, and templates.
This comprehensive, research-driven assessment examines the programs and practices taking place on college campuses, identifying strengths and areas for improvement across three core pillars of prevention: Institutionalization, Critical Processes, and Programming. Participating schools receive a designation of Emerging Developing, Proficient, and Advanced based on their responses in each domain.