Information is available for those who have encountered acts of interpersonal violence or are concerned for a friend. >>More
CONCERNED FOR A FRIEND?
Helping someone through a traumatic event is difficult, and it takes time and support. >>Ways you can help
student SUPPORT SERVICES
Information is available for students in understanding interpersonal violence; many options are available to victims/survivors for support on and off campus. >> Resources
Iv IN SOCIETY
There are many myths and stereotypes that perpetuate the beliefs surrounding interpersonal
violence in our culture. Search out the truth >>More
Interpersonal VIOLENCE PREVENTION
Our goal is to reduce instances and the traumatic impact of interpersonal violence through education, coordination and linking students with information and resources. The IVP team provides private, student-centered services to support and assist survivors and/or their support networks.
- How to Get Support for Interpersonal Violence
- Sexual Assault Response Protocol
- Student Bill of Rights
4/5/2016 6:30p.m. Mandela Room Sexual Assault Awareness Month Kickoff Event-Keynote Speaker Kristen Hodge
Details on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1N3P6zG
- Sign the Pledge - Its On Us!
Dean of Students Office
Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM