We are the department on campus that assists students with the issues of sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.
Content warning: This video contains stories of sexual assaults that may be triggering. Please be aware before viewing.
We are in collaboration with University Police, the Pennsylvania State Police,
Indiana Borough Police, the Alice Paul House, and the Counseling Center.
We support victims and survivors by providing confidential counseling, and information on resources, accommodations, and reporting options.
We educate the campus community on these issues by providing educational programming and awareness campaigns and events.
We provide volunteer opportunities, internships, and practicums for students to partner with us.
Our mission is to make our campus safer. We aspire to change our campus culture one green dot at a time using the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. We want
everyone at IUP to know that violence is not accepted and that it is everyone’s responsibility to do something about it.
We believe that It’s On Us, all of us, to make our campus safer.
Three-Time Winner of Governor Wolf’s It’s On Us Grant!
The Haven Project is asking everyone—students, faculty, staff, and administrators—to stand up and show how IUP supports survivors of sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month with the “What Would You Tell a
Survivor” signs. The deadline to submit your photo is Friday, April 23.
Download the “What Would You Tell a Survivor” sign template
Download the “What Would You Tell a Survivor” flyer
For the full news post with the details, visit: IUP Community to Create Signs to Support Survivors of Sexual Assault
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