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Sexual Violence Prevention
The most comprehensive, up-to-date sexual violence prevention program for students
Student Empower is a complete suite of sexual violence prevention courseware designed for all higher education students. This group of courses helps prepare students for issues they may confront at college – for many, their first time living away from home or having significant responsibilities for their own health and safety. It covers important topics such as students’ rights and responsibilities; preventing sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, harassment and bullying; navigating partying, drugs and alcohol; and acting as allies for others in need.
Student Empower: Sexual Violence Prevention covers a full range of topics related to VAWA, Title IX, Clery Act and the Campus SaVE Act, including:
- Sexual Violence
- Bystander Intervention
- "Men as Allies"
- Concepts of Consent, No-Consent, & Continuous Consent
- Gender Sensitivity
- Use of Drugs and Alcohol
This curriculum is part of the most comprehensive Higher Education compliance solution on the market, with ongoing awareness training for faculty, staff, students, campus officials and investigators, as well as Incident Management and Campus Climate Survey tools.
For millennial students, if you don’t have something that’s engaging, they’re not going to take it. Campus Answers has gotten the best and the brightest to come up with a video-game level interactivity that’s relevant to the topic. They are truly amazing.
- Dr. Lisa McBride, Chief Diversity Officer
We chose our student training from Campus Answers because they demonstrate a keen understanding of the training that both engages and informs our students. I particularly like the way their content is crafted so to not make light of a serious issue like sexual assault. - Jocelind Gant, Ph.D. Assistant to the President for Social Equity And Associate V.P. for International Programs, Clarion University of PA
We chose our student training from Campus Answers because they demonstrate a keen understanding of the training that both engages and informs our students. I particularly like the way their content is crafted so to not make light of a serious issue like sexual assault.
- Jocelind Gant, Ph.D. Assistant to the President for Social Equity And Associate V.P. for International Programs, Clarion University of PA
- Exceeds legal requirements.
- Teaches students how to protect themselves and others against sexual violence.
- Includes significant focus on Bystander Intervention techniques and Men as Allies concepts.
- Explains consent, and no-consent.
- Helps students navigate issues related to partying, drugs and alcohol.
- Informs students about their right to a harassment- and discrimination-free learning experience.
- Empowers students to pursue healthy relationships with themselves and others, and to avoid domestic/dating violence and stalking.
- Encourages students to act as allies for others in need, and provides resources for help.
- Explains students’ rights and responsibilities under Title IX, VAWA and the SaVE Act.
- Provides methods for preventing sexual violence, dating violence and stalking.
- Educates students about pressures they may face in college, including those related to alcohol, drugs, harassment and bullying.
- Establishes cultural competency relating to gender identity and sexual orientation for all students.
- Student rights and responsibilities under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
- Protections and prohibited acts under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE).
- State-specific legal definitions for Consent, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Domestic Violence, and Dating Violence for all states and the Disctrict of Columbia.