Content warning: This video contains signs of support for victims and survivors of sexual assaults that may be triggering. Please be aware before viewing.

Summer Hours

The Haven Project will close for the summer beginning on May 20 and will reopen on August 12. In case of emergency, the following resources are available:

  • Alice Paul House (24-hour hotline) 724-349-4444
  • University Police 724-357-2141 

We are the department on campus that assists students with the issues of sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.  

We collaborate with University Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, Indiana Borough Police, the Alice Paul House, and the IUP 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.

IUP is a six-time winner of Governor Wolf's It's On Us Grant!

It's On Us: Indiana University of Pennsylvania (wordmark)


Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Faculty, Staff, Administrators, and Coaches

Attention IUP employees! Don't miss your chance to be Green Dot trained.

"What Were You Wearing?" Exhibit Dismantles the Myth Around Clothing and Sexual Assault

You are invited to view this powerful and emotional display which is dedicated to dispelling the myth that survivors provoke their assault based on how they were dressed.

Clothesline Project: T-Shirt Making Workshop for Survivors

Survivors of sexual assault, relationship abuse, and gender-based violence are invited to come and design a shirt, which will be anonymously displayed as part of Take Back the Night.

Survivor Stories Needed for "What Were You Wearing?" Exhibit

Do you have a story you want to share to add to the "What Were You Wearing?" exhibit? Our aim is to promote awareness about sexual violence and to combat victim-blaming.

Haven Project Volunteer Training for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Come to one of the trainings being offered to be eligible to volunteer at Take Back the Night and other events in April.