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Violence Prevention

Violence prevention is one of the primary goals of the Connections Health Education and Wellness Center, and it is our goal to make the University community a safe and comfortable environment for everyone. To support that goal, we are members of the Sexual Assault Survivor Advocates or SASA.

SASA’s are trained sexual assault survivor advocates who provide crisis intervention and educational training for the University community.  SASA operates under the direction of Kenna Grant, the director of Connections Health Education and Wellness Center.  The primary role of SASA is to provide crisis advocacy to survivors and provide information for students, faculty, and staff about sexual violence on campus.  We also provide support for survivors through a formal or informal reporting process.

View resources on Violence Prevention.

Reporting Violence: see page 68 of The Source