With sexual violence on college campuses a nationwide epidemic, the College’s Office of Title IX and other campus partners are hosting a range of events aimed at awareness and prevention.
Campus events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April continue through Denim Day on April 26.
Of particular importance is student participation in the HEDS Sexual Assault Campus Climate Survey. Students are encouraged to complete the survey from the Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) by April 28.
The HEDS survey, which is completely anonymous, will provide valuable information that will help the College address sexual assault.
All students have received a link to the survey or can access it through a QR code.
Upcoming events (to be updated throughout the month) include:
Through April: The Clothesline Project (CLP)
The Clothesline Project encourages survivors and supporters to express their emotions about gender-based violence by decorating a t-shirt. Union’s clothesline will be on display through April 28.
Wednesday, April 26, Denim Day, 5 p.m., Memorial Chapel
Women's Union presents a march in support of sexual assault survivors.
Thursday, April 27, 6 p.m., Unity Lounge
Spill the Tea, sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Affairs
Friday, April 28, noon, Lippman 014
"Situational Awareness: A Conversation hosted by the Albany County Sheriff's Department"
For support related to experiencing sexual assault or another form of gender-based misconduct, or to report misconduct, visit the Title IX “Get Help” page.