Awareness Campaigns are sponsored throughout the year. Information tables, posters, ads, table tents, and educational programs are used to bring sexual violence prevention information and awareness to the campus community.
Follow the links below to find out more about our Awareness Campaigns!
The Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to the violence against anyone.
The Consent Education Awareness Campaign was created to help educate people about how important it is to ask for consent in relationships.
The Domestic/Dating Violence Awareness Campaign was designed to educate students on domestic/dating violence, as well as campus and community resources available for victims and survivors of these crimes.
Human trafficking is modern day slavery that includes force, fraud, and or coercion. It is used to obtain labor or a commercial sex act. Learn more about Human Trafficking Awareness.
The It's On Us campaign is a movement to end Sexual Violence everywhere. It centers on making it everyone's responsibility to end Sexual Violence.
Green Dot is a bystander intervention program that encourages people to intervene whenever they see a situation that sexual violence or domestic violence can occur.
NO MORE is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by increasing awareness, inspiring action, and fueling culture change.
Each September, the Haven Project sponsors RAINN Day. RAINN is the largest anti-sexual assault organization in the United States. RAINN Day is our way of supporting this organization’s effort to educate campuses, support survivors, and take a stand against
The Stalking Awareness Campaign was designed to educate students on stalking, as well as campus and community resources available for victims and survivors of this crime.
The Sexual Violence Awareness campaign takes place in April during sexual assault awareness month. It includes several of our biggest events such as Take Back the Night.
Each April, the Haven Project sponsors Take Back the Night, a march to raise awareness about sexual violence and show support for victims and survivors.