Education and Prevention
Want to get involved and educate your peers about sexual and relationship violence? Join the Office of Health Promotion team!
The student groups e5m, Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP), and Sex-Esteem bring together volunteers to educate the campus about healthy relationships, consent, sexual assault prevention, and empowered bystander intervention. Contact Jill Sneider to learn more.
Did you know you can request an educational program for your organization? Visit the for more information about our offerings.
You can also stay up to date on education and prevention initiatives and information by following the Office of Health Promotion on Twitter.
Got Consent? Be SU.R.E.
The Office of Health Promotion, in collaboration with offices across campus, has announced the expanded Got Consent? Be SU.R.E. campaign. The campaign promotes the notion that people should have shared understanding, respect, and enthusiasm before engaging in sexual activity. View the Got Consent? Be SU.R.E. Facebook page here.
News and Updates
Services, Programs, and Events
Chancellor’s Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy
- How do states handle sexual assault on campus?
- When should campuses alert students about a sexual assault?
- It’s On Us: Meet the SU student making a difference in the northeast
- Yes, too many men DO talk like Trump
- Trump’s lewd remarks concern campuses fighting sex assault
- Hundreds of colleges had zero rape reports in 2014. And that could be worrisome
- It’s On Us: Addressing Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
- Out of Balance: Students Accused of Sexual Assault Win Lawsuits Due to Lack of Due Process
- VP Biden on His “It’s On Us Initiative” to End Sexual Assault on College Campuses and Teaming Up With Lady Gaga
- Colgate Professor Authors “On Being Raped,” Drawing Attention to Male Victims of a Terrible Crime
- Sexual Violence: Responding to Reports Is Not Enough
- Why the Prevalence of Campus Sexual Assault Is So Hard to Quantify