Title IX & Administrators
Title IX officials and other university administrators are a crucial part of preventing sexual violence on campus. By sharing prevention guides, educating your colleagues, and advocating for change at your university or college you can help prevent sexual violence.
Administrator Prevention Strategy
This comprehensive strategy was created to empower Title IX offices and other administrators to prevent sexual violence on their campus. It includes strategies for improving campus policies, programs, and procedures as well as engaging with students and other stakeholders.
Campus Prevention Guides
The SVPA has created guides for students and professors/faculty. The guides cover bystander intervention, consent, rape culture, and other strategies to prevent sexual violence. You can create a safer campus by spreading these guides to students, professors, and faculty on your campus!
We offer training, programs, resources, and other services to empower campus stakeholders to take action and prevent sexual violence on their campus. This includes programs for Title IX personnel, administrators, faculty/staff, student groups, and students.
The SVPA can help you by offering expert guidance on policies, programs, practices, and procedures for preventing sexual violence on your campus. Our consulting is tailored to your needs and designed to leave your school self-sufficient for all future prevention needs.
Legislation plays an important role in preventing and mitigating campus sexual violence. The SVPA regularly advocates for policy at the local, state, and national levels. Recently we advocated for Title IX to improve prevention practices on college campuses. Sign up for our student newsletter to get updates about legislation and ways to get involved.
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