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Not sure if you have all the correct information regarding sexual violence? Check out the following links:

Bystanders Step Up!
Step Up AWAREness Campaign was designed to help students learn how to safely step in and offer help or step out and get help for an individual in need.
Domestic/Dating Violence
Learn the facts about domestic/dating violence.
How To Help A Friend
Find out how you can help someone you know who has been a victim of rape or sexual abuse.
Sexual Assault
Learn the facts about sexual assault.
Stalking
Learn the facts about stalking.
Men Can Stop Violence
What men need to know about their role in helping to stop violence against women
Male Victims
1 in 6 men will experience sexual assault before the age of eighteen and 1 in 33 men will be the victim of attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. Debunk common myths and find resources for male victims.
Reporting a Crime
Learn how to file a complaint.
If You Experience Violence
If you or someone you know experiences violence, you’re not alone. Help is available. Click here for Campus and Community Resources. This site is under construction. Please check back soon. If you have any questions, contact the Haven Project at
LGBT Victims
Violence can happen to anyone regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Learn more about how violence impacts the LGBT community.
Risk Reduction and Violence Prevention
Although the perpetrator is the only person responsible for violence, we can all take steps to reduce and prevent violence.
Title IX
Learn more about Title IX and IUPs sexual harassment policy.