Resources by Keyword

The following resources are separated by keyword, including:

Articles with multiple keywords will be duplicated in each section.  An asterisk (*) represents an evaluated resource.


Bystander Intervention

The following resources focus on bystander intervention, a philosophy and strategy for prevention of various types of violence, including bullying, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence.
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Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Prevention Program*
This curriculum emphasizes a bystander intervention approach and uses a community of responsibility model to teach bystanders how to intervene safely and effectively.
Other Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Coaching Boys Into Men*
This curriculum provides high school athletic coaches with the resources they need to promote respectful behavior among their players and help prevent relationship abuse, harassment, and sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Engaging Men: Triumphs, Troubles, and Tools
This webinar was designed to generate dialogue about engaging men to prevent violence against women, and to explore the benefits of men’s expanding involvement, the impact of this shift on community-based work, and the unintended consequences of men’s leadership.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Green Dot*
This curriculum seeks to empower potential bystanders to actively engage their peers. The program’s approach is built on the premise that violence can be measurably and systematically reduced within a community.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Know Your IX Campus Organizing Toolkit
This toolkit includes tips, policy recommendations, and emerging strategies for student organizers to end sexual violence on campus.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidelines; Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Know Your Power® Bystander Social Marketing Campaign*
Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign focuses on reducing sexual and relationship violence and stalking on college campuses by portraying realistic and thought-provoking scenarios that highlight the role of all members of the community to end violence.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan
This report outlines the theories, challenges, and opportunities of several components of sexual violence prevention programs, with examples of successful programs from different colleges and universities.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Regulations; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Stop SV: A Technical Package to Prevent Sexual Violence*
This CDC document outlines research on the prevalence of SV, as well as the importance of increasing evidence-based research prevention strategies.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide*
This toolkit developed by Men Can Stop Rape provides resources and materials to organize a campaign on college campuses, as well as past research and future evaluation methods on male bystander intervention.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning


Campaigns, Communications & Marketing

The following resources contain information on various campaigns and marketing techniques for sexual and relationship violence prevention, specifically on college campuses.
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It’s On Us: Campaign Organizing Tools
This organizing toolkit gives strategies and materials to help students and university personnel create a call to action using the “It’s On Us” campaign to prevent college sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Know Your IX Campus Organizing Toolkit
This toolkit includes tips, policy recommendations, and emerging strategies for student organizers to end sexual violence on campus.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidelines; Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign*
Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign focuses on reducing sexual and relationship violence and stalking on college campuses by portraying realistic and thought-provoking scenarios that highlight the role of all members of the community to end violence.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

NO MORE Toolkit
The toolkit offers resources and guidelines to assist in co-branding public education and awareness events with the NO MORE message.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus
The toolkit was designed by the NSVRC for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2015 and provides resources on campus sexual violence prevention to create safe college campuses.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Student Action Packet on Campus Climate Surveys
This toolkit from the Office of Violence Against Women is designed to help students navigate the complexities of conducting a campus climate survey on sexual assault at their own college.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide*
This toolkit provides resources and materials to organize a campaign on college campuses, as well as past research and future evaluation methods on male bystander intervention.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning


Campus Safety & Policy

The following resources address issues related to campus safety, policy enforcement, and student conduct administration, as it pertains to sexual and relationship violence on college campuses.
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The Clery Act on Campus: Status Update and Gender Implications
This article critiques the updates to the Clery Act for community colleges, and takes a closer look at the gender implications with regards to the current updates in accordance with administrative collaboration.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges; Response Strategies

Community Colleges and Sexual Misconduct: Unique Challenges and Opportunities This report discusses the many unique challenges community colleges face when attempting to end sexual assault on campus, as well as guidance on how prevention and response efforts can be implemented on non-residential campuses.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges

It’s Not Just the What but the How: Informing Students About Policies and Resources This white paper documents the findings of a study on the efficacy of different methods to deliver campus sexual misconduct policy information to first year students.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; White House Task Force Recommendations

Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault This report was created by the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to provide action steps and recommendations towards addressing sexual assault on college and university campuses.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Climate Surveys; White House Task Force Recommendations

Preventing and Addressing Campus Sexual Misconduct: A Guide for University and College Presidents, Chancellors, and Senior Administrators
This guide created by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault focuses on six primary elements that colleges and universities may want to consider as part of a comprehensive plan for addressing sexual misconduct against students.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Student Conduct Administration & Title IX: Gold Standard Practices for Resolution of Allegations of Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses In this White Paper, the Association for Student Conduct Administration shares their summary of “gold standard” practices for resolving Title IX cases through student conduct procedures.
Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Response Strategies

Title IX: How it Affects Community Colleges and Students
This blog post gives an overview of Title IX and discusses the strides North Lake Community College has made to implement a comprehensive program regarding Title IX guidelines.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Transforming Ohio Campuses: Implementing the Changing Campus Culture Initiative
This toolkit was designed as a starting point for campuses to help foster positive outcomes for survivors of sexual violence.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX, & Other Federal Guidance; Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research


Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance

The following resources contain information on federal regulations related to reporting and response to sexual and relationship violence on college campuses.  While the Clery Act refers to crime reporting and transparency on college campuses, Title IX protects people from discrimination based on their sex or gender and regulates the conduct procedure for sexual assault cases on college campuses.
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The Clery Act on Campus: Status Update and Gender Implications
This article critiques the updates to the Clery Act for community colleges, and takes a closer look at the gender implications with regards to the current updates in accordance with administrative collaboration.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Response Strategies

Community Colleges and Sexual Misconduct: Unique Challenges and Opportunities
This report discusses the many unique challenges community colleges face when attempting to end sexual assault on campus, as well as guidance on how prevention and response efforts can be implemented on non-residential campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges

Community Colleges: Opportunities for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention
This webinar seeks to provide an overview of the common challenges community colleges face when working to prevent sexual and domestic violence, as well as opportunities for improvement and examples of successful prevention work at community colleges currently.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Prevention Planning

Ending Campus Sexual Assault Toolkit
This toolkit from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) offers resources to raise awareness about campus sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Know Your IX Campus Organizing Toolkit
This toolkit includes tips, policy recommendations, and emerging strategies for student organizers to end sexual violence on campus.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault
This report was created by the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to provide action steps and recommendations towards addressing sexual assault on college and university campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Climate Surveys; White House Task Force Recommendations

Preventing and Addressing Campus Sexual Misconduct: A Guide for University and College Presidents, Chancellors, and Senior Administrators
This guide created by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault focuses on six primary elements that colleges and universities may want to consider as part of a comprehensive plan for addressing sexual misconduct against students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan
This report outlines the theories, challenges, and opportunities of several components of sexual violence prevention programs, with examples of successful programs from different colleges and universities.
Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Student Conduct Administration & Title IX: Gold Standard Practices for Resolution of Allegations of Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses
In this White Paper, the Association for Student Conduct Administration shares their summary of “gold standard” practices for resolving Title IX cases through student conduct procedures.
Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Response Strategies

Title IX: How it Affects Community Colleges and Students
This blog post gives an overview of Title IX and discusses the strides North Lake Community College has made to implement a comprehensive program regarding Title IX guidelines.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges

Transforming Ohio Campuses: Implementing the Changing Campus Culture Initiative
This toolkit was designed as a starting point for campuses to help foster positive outcomes for survivors of sexual violence.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research


Climate Surveys

As part of the recommendations made by the Obama Administration’s White House Task Force to Prevent Students from Sexual Assault, climate surveys are suggested to be implemented at all higher education institutions to better inform policies to prevent and respond to sexual assault.  The following resources provide information on how to advertise, administer, and utilize the data from a campus climate survey at your school.
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An Examination of Campus Climate for LGBTQ Community College Students
This study found that first-generation LGBTQ students experience a more hostile climate on community college campuses compared to non-LGBTQ students. The authors offer potential best practices for working with LGBTQ college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Communicating and Using Climate Survey Results
This white paper outlines the use of college climate surveys to inform campus policy decisions and practices they use to respond to and prevent dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault
This report was created by the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to provide action steps and recommendations towards addressing sexual assault on college and university campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; White House Task Force Recommendations

Student Action Packet on Campus Climate Surveys
This toolkit from the Office of Violence Against Women is designed to help students navigate the complexities of conducting a campus climate survey on sexual assault at their own college.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communication & Marketing; Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Transforming Ohio Campuses: Implementing the Changing Campus Culture Initiative
This toolkit was designed as a starting point for campuses to help foster positive outcomes for survivors of sexual violence.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX, & Other Federal Guidance; Climate Surveys

 Understanding and Responding to Campus Sexual Assault: A Guide to Climate Assessment for Colleges and Universities*
This resource guide was assembled by The Center on Violence Against Women and Children at Rutgers University to share lessons learned during a campus climate assessment.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations 


Community Colleges

These resources pertain specifically to sexual and relationship violence at community and non-residential colleges, and focus on the unique challenges these institutions face compared to traditional 4-year colleges.
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An Examination of Campus Climate for LGBTQ Community College Students
This study found that first-generation LGBTQ students experience a more hostile climate on community college campuses compared to non-LGBTQ students. The authors offer potential best practices for working with LGBTQ college students.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning

Challenges in Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence at Community Colleges This report identifies areas of critical need regarding prevention and response to sexual assault at community colleges, including recommendations to help with these challenges.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

The Clery Act on Campus: Status Update and Gender Implications
This article critiques the updates to the Clery Act for community colleges, and takes a closer look at the gender implications with regards to the current updates in accordance with administrative collaboration.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Response Strategies

Community Colleges and Sexual Misconduct: Unique Challenges and Opportunities This report discusses the many unique challenges community colleges face when attempting to end sexual assault on campus, as well as guidance on how prevention and response efforts can be implemented on non-residential campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance

Community Colleges: Opportunities for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention This webinar seeks to provide an overview of the common challenges community colleges face when working to prevent sexual and domestic violence, as well as opportunities for improvement and examples of successful prevention work at community colleges currently.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Prevention Planning

Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Need Among Female Community College Students
This article looks at the impacts of interpersonal violence on female community college students, including intimate partner violence, trauma exposure, sexual violence victimizations, and associated mental health consequences. The study provides evidence that community college students are experiencing violence and the accompanying mental health impacts at high rates.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

The Mental Health Status of Single-Parent Community College Students in California
Single parent students face unique challenges that can adversely affect their mental health. Researchers examined a community college population to examine the association between single parenting and negative mental health. Their findings show that single parents face a higher prevalence of mental health stressors than other community college students.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence and Effects of Life Event Exposure Among Undergraduate and Community College Students
This study assessed the connection between lifetime and recent exposure to a range of potentially traumatic events and a broad range of outcomes (mental and physical health, life satisfaction, grade point average) among undergraduate and community college students. Results indicate that community college students in particular are in need of outreach regarding exposure to stressful events and potentially traumatic events.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence of Probable Mental Disorders and Help Seeking Behaviors among Veteran and Non-veteran Community College Students
This study found high rates of mental illness among veteran and non-veteran community college students, which can have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment, substance misuse, and social relationships. The results highlight the need to connect community college students with effective mental health services.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

School Sabotage as a Form of Intimate Partner Violence: Provider Perspectives
This study examined school sabotage as a form of economic abuse among community college students. Their findings emphasize the importance for faculty, staff, and IPV service providers on community college campuses to recognize school as a place where coercive control can be exercised, even if the abusive partner does not attend school.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students; Response Strategies

Title IX: How it Affects Community Colleges and Students This blog post gives an overview of Title IX and discusses the strides North Lake Community College has made to implement a comprehensive program regarding Title IX guidelines.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Tracing LGBTQ Community College Student’s Experiences
Most research on LGBTQ student communities are conducted within the traditional 4-year college programs. This article takes a closer look at the experiences of LGBTQ students within community colleges. Specifically, it focuses on these students’ coming-out experiences, support services, and allies on campus.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Trauma and Psychological Distress Among Ethnically Diverse Community College Students
This study found high rates of past interpersonal trauma among a sample of community college students, which has been linked to psychological and physical distress and lower academic performance.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students
 


Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

The following resources are focused on research conducted on the topics of sexual and relationship violence, specifically on college campuses.  Many of the resource discuss evidence-based prevention and response strategies with data to substantiate their claims on the success of the programs.
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Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists
This toolkit integrates research and practice evidence to help prevention specialists begin to answer the question: How should our campus address alcohol in our sexual assault prevention efforts?
Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Mental and Emotional Health; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence on College and University Campuses This article summarizes the American College Health Association’s Healthy Campus 2020 health objectives that serve as a basis for developing plans and programs to reduce sexual and relationship violence, as well as injury prevention.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

An Examination of Campus Climate for LGBTQ Community College Students
This study found that first-generation LGBTQ students experience a more hostile climate on community college campuses compared to non-LGBTQ students. The authors offer potential best practices for working with LGBTQ college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Climate Surveys; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning

Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Prevention Program*
This curriculum emphasizes a bystander intervention approach and uses a community of responsibility model to teach bystanders how to intervene safely and effectively.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Choosing Prevention Products: Questions to Ask When Considering Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking Prevention Products
This white paper documents the findings of a study on the efficacy of different methods to deliver campus sexual misconduct policy information to first year students.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Coaching Boys Into Men*
This program provides high school athletic coaches with the resources they need to promote respectful behavior among their players and help prevent relationship abuse, harassment, and sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Prevention Planning

Communicating and Using Climate Survey Results
This white paper outlines the use of college climate surveys to inform campus policy decisions and practices they use to respond to and prevent dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys

Comprehensive Prevention on College Campuses
This webinar seeks to demonstrate how campuses can maintain consistent and intentional prevention across a variety of programs and initiatives, with guest speakers from a campus-based program and a community-campus partnership to share their expertise.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning

Green Dot*
This curriculum seeks to empower potential bystanders to actively engage their peers. The program’s approach is built on the premise that violence can be measurably and systematically reduced within a community.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Prevention Planning

Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Need Among Female Community College Students
This article looks at the impacts of interpersonal violence on female community college students, including intimate partner violence, trauma exposure, sexual violence victimizations, and associated mental health consequences. The study provides evidence that community college students are experiencing violence and the accompanying mental health impacts at high rates.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

It’s Not Just the What but the How: Informing Students About Policies and Resources
This white paper documents the findings of a study on the efficacy of different methods to deliver campus sexual misconduct policy information to first year students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; White House Task Force Recommendations

Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign*
Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign focuses on reducing sexual and relationship violence and stalking on college campuses by portraying realistic and thought-provoking scenarios that highlight the role of all members of the community to end violence.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Prevention Planning

Long-term Impacts of College Sexual Assaults on Women Survivors’ Educational and Career Attainments
This article examines how trauma impacts college sexual assault survivors’ human capital, particularly education trajectory and career attainment. The study also demonstrates the significant public health cost attributed to sexual assault, as survivors often miss time from school and work, drop out of college, and experience negative long-term mental and physical health symptoms from the assault.
Other Keywords: Mental & Emotional Health

The Mental Health Status of Single-Parent Community College Students in California
Single parent students face unique challenges that can adversely affect their mental health. Researchers examined a community college population to examine the association between single parenting and negative mental health. Their findings show that single parents face a higher prevalence of mental health stressors than other community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence and Effects of Life Event Exposure Among Undergraduate and Community College Students
This study assessed the connection between lifetime and recent exposure to a range of potentially traumatic events and a broad range of outcomes (mental and physical health, life satisfaction, grade point average) among undergraduate and community college students. Results indicate that community college students in particular are in need of outreach regarding exposure to stressful events and potentially traumatic events.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence of Probable Mental Disorders and Help Seeking Behaviors among Veteran and Non-veteran Community College Students
This study found high rates of mental illness among veteran and non-veteran community college students, which can have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment, substance misuse, and social relationships. The results highlight the need to connect community college students with effective mental health services.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

School Sabotage as a Form of Intimate Partner Violence: Provider Perspectives
This study examined school sabotage as a form of economic abuse among community college students. Their findings emphasize the importance for faculty, staff, and IPV service providers on community college campuses to recognize school as a place where coercive control can be exercised, even if the abusive partner does not attend school.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students; Response Strategies

Sexual Assault Prevention: A Guide for Students, Educators and School Administrators
This resource guide provides information on what can be done to prevent sexual assault on college campuses and what specific roles students, educations, and administrators and parents can play in sexual assault prevention.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan
This report outlines the theories, challenges, and opportunities of several components of sexual violence prevention programs, with examples of successful programs from different colleges and universities.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Regulations; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

 Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention*
This report was created by leading experts in the field as a framework for sexual violence prevention efforts. The report also includes a list of potential prevention partners, a sample action plan, and resources to get started.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Stop SV: A Technical Package to Prevent Sexual Violence*
This CDC document outlines research on the prevalence of SV, as well as the importance of increasing evidence-based research prevention strategies.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Prevention Planning

Tracing LGBTQ Community College Student’s Experiences
Most research on LGBTQ student communities are conducted within the traditional 4-year college programs. This article takes a closer look at the experiences of LGBTQ students within community colleges. Specifically, it focuses on these students’ coming-out experiences, support services, and allies on campus.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Transforming Ohio Campuses: Implementing the Changing Campus Culture Initiative
This toolkit was designed as a starting point for campuses to help foster positive outcomes for survivors of sexual violence.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX, & Other Federal Guidance; Climate Surveys

Trauma and Psychological Distress Among Ethnically Diverse Community College Students
This study found high rates of past interpersonal trauma among a sample of community college students, which has been linked to psychological and physical distress and lower academic performance.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Understanding and Responding to Campus Sexual Assault: A Guide to Climate Assessment for Colleges and Universities*
This resource guide was assembled by The Center on Violence Against Women and Children at Rutgers University to share lessons learned during a campus climate assessment.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Vicarious Trauma Toolkit
This toolkit focuses on the response to exposure to trauma and is intended to provide organizations with the tools they need to support staff and become more vicarious-trauma informed.
Other Keywords: Mental & Emotional Health; Response Strategies

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide
This toolkit developed by Men Can Stop Rape provides resources and materials to organize a campaign on college campuses, as well as past research and future evaluation methods on male bystander intervention.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Communications & Marketing; Prevention Planning


Mental & Emotional Health

The following resources focus on the mental and emotional health of college students, especially those who have been impacted by sexual violence and other forms of trauma.
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Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists
This toolkit integrates research and practice evidence to help prevention specialists begin to answer the question: How should our campus address alcohol in our sexual assault prevention efforts?
Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Mental and Emotional Health; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

An Examination of Campus Climate for LGBTQ Community College Students
This study found that first-generation LGBTQ students experience a more hostile climate on community college campuses compared to non-LGBTQ students. The authors offer potential best practices for working with LGBTQ college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students; Prevention Planning

Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Need Among Female Community College Students
This article looks at the impacts of interpersonal violence on female community college students, including intimate partner violence, trauma exposure, sexual violence victimizations, and associated mental health consequences. The study provides evidence that community college students are experiencing violence and the accompanying mental health impacts at high rates.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

Long-term Impacts of College Sexual Assaults on Women Survivors’ Educational and Career Attainments
This article examines how trauma impacts college sexual assault survivors’ human capital, particularly education trajectory and career attainment. The study also demonstrates the significant public health cost attributed to sexual assault, as survivors often miss time from school and work, drop out of college, and experience negative long-term mental and physical health symptoms from the assault.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

The Mental Health Status of Single-Parent Community College Students in California
Single parent students face unique challenges that can adversely affect their mental health. Researchers examined a community college population to examine the association between single parenting and negative mental health. Their findings show that single parents face a higher prevalence of mental health stressors than other community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence and Effects of Life Event Exposure Among Undergraduate and Community College Students
This study assessed the connection between lifetime and recent exposure to a range of potentially traumatic events and a broad range of outcomes (mental and physical health, life satisfaction, grade point average) among undergraduate and community college students. Results indicate that community college students in particular are in need of outreach regarding exposure to stressful events and potentially traumatic events.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

Prevalence of Probable Mental Disorders and Help Seeking Behaviors among Veteran and Non-veteran Community College Students
This study found high rates of mental illness among veteran and non-veteran community college students, which can have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment, substance misuse, and social relationships. The results highlight the need to connect community college students with effective mental health services.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

School Sabotage as a Form of Intimate Partner Violence: Provider Perspectives
This study examined school sabotage as a form of economic abuse among community college students. Their findings emphasize the importance for faculty, staff, and IPV service providers on community college campuses to recognize school as a place where coercive control can be exercised, even if the abusive partner does not attend school.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students; Response Strategies

Tracing LGBTQ Community College Student’s Experiences
Most research on LGBTQ student communities are conducted within the traditional 4-year college programs. This article takes a closer look at the experiences of LGBTQ students within community colleges. Specifically, it focuses on these students’ coming-out experiences, support services, and allies on campus.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students

Vicarious Trauma Toolkit
This toolkit focuses on the response to exposure to trauma and is intended to provide organizations with the tools they need to support staff and become more vicarious-trauma informed.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Response Strategies


Non-Traditional Students 

The following resources focus on students who do not fit the “traditional” college student mold, including marginalized and underrepresented populations on college campuses.
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An Examination of Campus Climate for LGBTQ Community College Students
This study found that first-generation LGBTQ students experience a more hostile climate on community college campuses compared to non-LGBTQ students. The authors offer potential best practices for working with LGBTQ college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Prevention Planning

Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Need Among Female Community College Students
This article looks at the impacts of interpersonal violence on female community college students, including intimate partner violence, trauma exposure, sexual violence victimizations, and associated mental health consequences. The study provides evidence that community college students are experiencing violence and the accompanying mental health impacts at high rates.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

The Mental Health Status of Single-Parent Community College Students in California
Single parent students face unique challenges that can adversely affect their mental health. Researchers examined a community college population to examine the association between single parenting and negative mental health. Their findings show that single parents face a higher prevalence of mental health stressors than other community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

Prevalence and Effects of Life Event Exposure Among Undergraduate and Community College Students
This study assessed the connection between lifetime and recent exposure to a range of potentially traumatic events and a broad range of outcomes (mental and physical health, life satisfaction, grade point average) among undergraduate and community college students. Results indicate that community college students in particular are in need of outreach regarding exposure to stressful events and potentially traumatic events.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

Prevalence of Probable Mental Disorders and Help Seeking Behaviors among Veteran and Non-veteran Community College Students
This study found high rates of mental illness among veteran and non-veteran community college students, which can have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment, substance misuse, and social relationships. The results highlight the need to connect community college students with effective mental health services.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

School Sabotage as a Form of Intimate Partner Violence: Provider Perspectives
This study examined school sabotage as a form of economic abuse among community college students. Their findings emphasize the importance for faculty, staff, and IPV service providers on community college campuses to recognize school as a place where coercive control can be exercised, even if the abusive partner does not attend school.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Response Strategies

Tracing LGBTQ Community College Student’s Experiences
Most research on LGBTQ student communities are conducted within the traditional 4-year college programs. This article takes a closer look at the experiences of LGBTQ students within community colleges. Specifically, it focuses on these students’ coming-out experiences, support services, and allies on campus.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Trauma and Psychological Distress Among Ethnically Diverse Community College Students
This study found high rates of past interpersonal trauma among a sample of community college students, which has been linked to psychological and physical distress and lower academic performance.
Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health


Prevention Planning 

The following resources relate to preventing sexual and relationship violence before they happen, specifically on college campuses.
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Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists
This toolkit integrates research and practice evidence to help prevention specialists begin to answer the question: How should our campus address alcohol in our sexual assault prevention efforts?
Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Mental and Emotional Health; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence on College and University Campuses This article summarizes the American College Health Association’s Healthy Campus 2020 health objectives that serve as a basis for developing plans and programs to reduce sexual and relationship violence, as well as injury prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Assessing the Need and Receptivity for an Integrated Healthy Sexual and Dating Relationships Intervention for Community College Students
This article investigates the need for an integrated responsible sexual behavior and dating violence prevention program on community college campuses.  The article presents findings from research to assess the need and receptivity for a web-based intervention targeted at community college students.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Prevention Program*
This curriculum emphasizes a bystander intervention approach and uses a community of responsibility model to teach bystanders how to intervene safely and effectively.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-based Strategies & Research; White House Task Force Recommendations

Challenges in Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence at Community Colleges This report identifies areas of critical need regarding prevention and response to sexual assault at community colleges, including recommendations to help with these challenges.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Response Strategies

Coaching Boys Into Men*
This program provides high school athletic coaches with the resources they need to promote respectful behavior among their players and help prevent relationship abuse, harassment, and sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Community Colleges: Opportunities for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention This webinar seeks to provide an overview of the common challenges community colleges face when working to prevent sexual and domestic violence, as well as opportunities for improvement and examples of successful prevention work at community colleges currently.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges

Comprehensive Prevention on College Campuses
This webinar seeks to demonstrate how campuses can maintain consistent and intentional prevention across a variety of programs and initiatives, with guest speakers from a campus-based program and a community-campus partnership to share their expertise.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Ending Campus Sexual Assault Toolkit
This toolkit from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) offers resources to raise awareness about campus sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Students & Student Activism

Engaging Men: Triumphs, Troubles, and Tools
This webinar was designed to generate dialogue about engaging men to prevent violence against women, and to explore the benefits of men’s expanding involvement, the impact of this shift on community-based work, and the unintended consequences of men’s leadership.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Students & Student Activism

Green Dot*
This curriculum seeks to empower potential bystanders to actively engage their peers. The program’s approach is built on the premise that violence can be measurably and systematically reduced within a community.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Know Your IX Campus Organizing Toolkit
This toolkit includes tips, policy recommendations, and emerging strategies for student organizers to end sexual violence on campus.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidelines; Students & Student Activism

Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign*
Know Your Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign focuses on reducing sexual and relationship violence and stalking on college campuses by portraying realistic and thought-provoking scenarios that highlight the role of all members of the community to end violence.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

NO MORE Toolkit
The toolkit offers resources and guidelines to assist in co-branding public education and awareness events with the NO MORE message.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Students & Student Activism

 Preventing and Addressing Campus Sexual Misconduct: A Guide for University and College Presidents, Chancellors, and Senior Administrators
This guide created by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault focuses on six primary elements that colleges and universities may want to consider as part of a comprehensive plan for addressing sexual misconduct against students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus
The toolkit was designed by the NSVRC for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2015 and provides resources on campus sexual violence prevention to create safe college campuses.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Students & Student Activism

Sexual Assault Prevention: A Guide for Students, Educators and School Administrators
This resource provides information on what can be done to prevent sexual assault on college campuses and what specific roles students, educations, and administrators and parents can play in sexual assault prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan
This report outlines the theories, challenges, and opportunities of several components of sexual violence prevention programs, with examples of successful programs from different colleges and universities.
Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Regulations; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; White House Task Force Recommendations

Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention*
This report was created by leading experts in the field as a framework for sexual violence prevention efforts. The report also includes a list of potential prevention partners, a sample action plan, and resources to get started.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; White House Task Force Recommendations

Stop SV: A Technical Package to Prevent Sexual Violence*
This CDC document outlines research on the prevalence of SV, as well as the importance of increasing evidence-based research prevention strategies.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Non-Traditional Students; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Understanding and Responding to Campus Sexual Assault: A Guide to Climate Assessment for Colleges and Universities* This resource guide was assembled by The Center on Violence Against Women and Children at Rutgers University to share lessons learned during a campus climate assessment.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Where Do You Stand? Campaign Guide
This toolkit developed by Men Can Stop Rape provides resources and materials to organize a campaign on college campuses, as well as past research and future evaluation methods on male bystander intervention.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research


Response Strategies

The following resources provide guidance on how to respond to sexual and relationship violence when they occur, especially on college campuses.
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Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists
This toolkit integrates research and practice evidence to help prevention specialists begin to answer the question: How should our campus address alcohol in our sexual assault prevention efforts?
Keywords: Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Mental and Emotional Health; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence on College and University Campuses This article summarizes the American College Health Association’s Healthy Campus 2020 health objectives that serve as a basis for developing plans and programs to reduce sexual and relationship violence, as well as injury prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Challenges in Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence at Community Colleges This report identifies areas of critical need regarding prevention and response to sexual assault at community colleges, including recommendations to help with these challenges.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Choosing Prevention Products: Questions to Ask When Considering Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking Prevention Products
This white paper documents the findings of a study on the efficacy of different methods to deliver campus sexual misconduct policy information to first year students.
Other Keywords: Prevention Planning

The Clery Act on Campus: Status Update and Gender Implications
This article critiques the updates to the Clery Act for community colleges, and takes a closer look at the gender implications with regards to the current updates in accordance with administrative collaboration.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Community Colleges

Preventing and Addressing Campus Sexual Misconduct: A Guide for University and College Presidents, Chancellors, and Senior Administrators This guide created by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault focuses on six primary elements that colleges and universities may want to consider as part of a comprehensive plan for addressing sexual misconduct against students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

School Sabotage as a Form of Intimate Partner Violence: Provider Perspectives
This study examined school sabotage as a form of economic abuse among community college students. Their findings emphasize the importance for faculty, staff, and IPV service providers on community college campuses to recognize school as a place where coercive control can be exercised, even if the abusive partner does not attend school.
Other Keywords: Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health; Non-Traditional Students

Sexual Assault Prevention: A Guide for Students, Educators and School Administrators
This resource guide provides information on what can be done to prevent sexual assault on college campuses and what specific roles students, educations, and administrators and parents can play in sexual assault prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism; White House Task Force Recommendations

Student Conduct Administration & Title IX: Gold Standard Practices for Resolution of Allegations of Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses
In this white paper, the Association for Student Conduct Administration shares their summary of “gold standard” practices for resolving Title IX cases through student conduct procedures.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX, & Other Federal Guidance

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Students & Student Activism

Understanding and Responding to Campus Sexual Assault: A Guide to Climate Assessment for Colleges and Universities
This resource guide was assembled by The Center on Violence Against Women and Children at Rutgers University to share lessons learned during a campus climate assessment.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; White House Task Force Recommendations

Vicarious Trauma Toolkit
This toolkit focuses on the response to exposure to trauma and is intended to provide organizations with the tools they need to support staff and become more vicarious-trauma informed.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Mental & Emotional Health


Students & Student Activism

These resources provide guidance specifically aimed at students looking to make a difference on their campus.
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Ending Campus Sexual Assault Toolkit
This toolkit from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) offers resources to raise awareness about campus sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Prevention Planning

Engaging Men: Triumphs, Troubles, and Tools
This webinar was designed to generate dialogue about engaging men to prevent violence against women, and to explore the benefits of men’s expanding involvement, the impact of this shift on community-based work, and the unintended consequences of men’s leadership.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention, Prevention Planning

It’s On Us: Campaign Organizing Tools
This organizing toolkit gives strategies and materials to help students and university personnel create a call to action using the “It’s On Us” campaign to prevent college sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; White House Task Force Recommendations

Know Your IX Campus Organizing Toolkit
This toolkit includes tips, policy recommendations, and emerging strategies for student organizers to end sexual violence on campus.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidelines; Prevention Planning

NO MORE Toolkit
The toolkit offers resources and guidelines to assist in co-branding public education and awareness events with the NO MORE message.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Prevention Planning

Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus
The toolkit was designed by the NSVRC for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2015 and provides resources on campus sexual violence prevention to create safe college campuses.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Prevention Planning

Sexual Assault Prevention: A Guide for Students, Educators and School Administrators
This resource guide provides information on what can be done to prevent sexual assault on college campuses and what specific roles students, educations, and administrators and parents can play in sexual assault prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; White House Task Force Recommendations

Student Action Packet on Campus Climate Surveys
This toolkit from the Office of Violence Against Women is designed to help students navigate the complexities of conducting a campus climate survey on sexual assault at their own college.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communication & Marketing; Climate Surveys; White House Task Force Recommendations

Training Student Leaders in Reporting Sexual Misconduct Incidents at a 2-year College
This article explores the efficacy of training student leaders on how to report sexual misconduct incidents at a 2-year college. Results indicated the information on sexual misconduct and materials shared in a group-training format is a useful way to enhance knowledge, engagement, and beliefs relative to reporting sexual misconduct on campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Community Colleges; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies


White House Task Force Recommendations

Formed by the Obama Administration in 2014 and led by Vice President, Joe Biden, the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault aims to “strengthen and address compliance issues and provide institutions with additional tools to respond to and address rape and sexual assault.” The following resources are recommended by the White House Task Force in their reports.
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Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence on College and University Campuses This article summarizes the American College Health Association’s Healthy Campus 2020 health objectives that serve as a basis for developing plans and programs to reduce sexual and relationship violence, as well as injury prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Prevention Program*
This curriculum emphasizes a bystander intervention approach and uses a community of responsibility model to teach bystanders how to intervene safely and effectively.
Other Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Evidence-based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

It’s Not Just the What but the How: Informing Students About Policies and Resources
This white paper documents the findings of a study on the efficacy of different methods to deliver campus sexual misconduct policy information to first year students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research

It’s On Us: Campaign Organizing Tools
This organizing toolkit gives strategies and materials to help students and university personnel create a call to action using the “It’s On Us” campaign to prevent college sexual assault.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communications & Marketing; Students & Student Activism

Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault
This report was created by the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to provide action steps and recommendations towards addressing sexual assault on college and university campuses.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Climate Surveys

Preventing and Addressing Campus Sexual Misconduct: A Guide for University and College Presidents, Chancellors, and Senior Administrators
This guide created by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault focuses on six primary elements that colleges and universities may want to consider as part of a comprehensive plan for addressing sexual misconduct against students.
Other Keywords: Campus Safety & Policy; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Guidance; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies

Sexual Assault Prevention: A Guide for Students, Educators and School Administrators
This resource guide provides information on what can be done to prevent sexual assault on college campuses and what specific roles students, educations, and administrators and parents can play in sexual assault prevention.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies; Students & Student Activism

Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan
This report outlines the theories, challenges, and opportunities of several components of sexual violence prevention programs, with examples of successful programs from different colleges and universities.
Keywords: Bystander Intervention; Clery Act, Title IX & Other Federal Regulations; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention*
This report was created by leading experts in the field as a framework for sexual violence prevention efforts. The report also includes a list of potential prevention partners, a sample action plan, and resources to get started.
Other Keywords: Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning

Student Action Packet on Campus Climate Surveys
This toolkit from the Office of Violence Against Women is designed to help students navigate the complexities of conducting a campus climate survey on sexual assault at their own college.
Other Keywords: Campaigns, Communication & Marketing; Climate Surveys; Students & Student Activism

Understanding and Responding to Campus Sexual Assault: A Guide to Climate Assessment for Colleges and Universities
This report was assembled by The Center on Violence Against Women and Children at Rutgers University to share lessons learned during a campus climate assessment.
Other Keywords: Climate Surveys; Evidence-Based Strategies & Research; Prevention Planning; Response Strategies