Intimate partner violence (or dating/domestic violence), sexual assault, and stalking are among the most widespread and dangerous crimes on college campuses. Similar to the outside community, these types of violence on college campuses are vastly underreported and frequently misunderstood or minimalized. Intimate partner violence (IPV), sexual assault, and stalking can occur independent or concurrent to one another. There are many options for students, administrators, and security personnel to improve their university’s prevention methods and response procedures to IPV, sexual assault, and stalking.
- What can I do if I am a victim of IPV, sexual assault, and/or stalking?
- Brochure: Campus Guide for College Students: Understanding Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking (pdf) HTML (Web page)
- Intimate Partner Violence on College Campuses: Information for Students (pdf) HTML (Web page)
- Intimate Partner Violence on College Campuses: Information for Parents (pdf) HTML (Web page)
- Intimate Partner Violence on College Campuses: Bystander Intervention, Prevention, and Education (pdf) (HTML (Web page)
- Information for Administrators and Security Personnel
- Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines
- Campus Awareness and Activist Campaigns