University of Oregon
There are many different ways to get involved on campus. There is no one right way, and anything you do will have an impact on ending sexual assault at the University of Oregon. To learn about the University's prevention initiatives, visit prevention.uoregon.edu, where you can find opportunities to take classes, request workshops, or even become a peer facilitator.
If you'd prefer to join a group, check out the Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention, a committee of students, faculty, and staff working to end sexual assault on campus. University of Oregon also has a number of student orgs focus on sexual violence prevention, which can be found at dos.uoregon.edu/svpe/orgs.
There is also an event calendar that shows what is happening on campus related to sexual assault prevention.Back to top
- Surviving in Numbers: Provides education and empowerment through workshops and storytelling.
- Know Your IX: Educates students on their school’s obligations to address sexual assault under Title IX and empowers them to take action if their school fails to meet those obligations.
- End Rape On Campus : Helps students file complaints against their school for mishandling sexual assault reports.
- Futures Without Violence: Addresses sexual and domestic violence in communities through policy development, educational programs, and public action campaigns.
- Clery Center for Security on Campus: Works to make schools safer through survivor advocacy and prevention education.
- National Sexual Violence Resource Center: Provides education and resources on sexual assault.