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How to get involved

There are many ways to get involved, both on and off campus.  You can focus your effort on the individual, relationship, community, and societal levels, allowing you to take action in a variety of ways.

Be an active bystander

Choose to take action when you see behavior that puts others at risk for violence, victimization, or perpetration. These include speaking out against rape myths, supporting victim/survivors, and intervening in potentially violent situations.

Become a peer educator

Spread awareness and education on healthy relationships, bystander intervention, consent, and other resources.

To request a training for your class or group, contact Zachary Draves, program director for sexual assault prevention education.

Enroll in courses that focus on sexual health/awareness/social justice

Here are some examples:

  • Survivor Advocacy (PSYC 130) trains you to become a Family Resources Survivor Advocate volunteer
  • Bystander Intervention (PSYC/SOC/WGS 135)
  • Sexuality and Health Education (PUBH 306)
  • Sexual Communication (COMM 210B)
  • Sexual Ethics (RELG 363)
  • Social Relationships (COMM 220)
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies courses (WGSS)

Join the Title IX Student Advisory Group

Contact executive board members Anna Misener, Titus Jilderda, Lindsey Edwards or Emma Gannaway.

Start a conversation with your friends about why these topics matter

Take part in awareness events on campus such as The Clothesline Project in October, Bingo After Dark in January, and Take Back the Night in April.

Register to vote and make your voice heard

Visit to learn more information on related legislation and how your voice can make a difference.