Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates


•    Application Instructions

•    Application (PDF)

•    Fall Training Schedule (PDF)

•    Campus Resources

•             Quick List (PDF)

•    Sexual Assault Policy

•    Myths and Facts

We use the terms “sexual violence” and “sexual assault” as umbrella terms for many different kinds of experiences including: stranger and acquaintance rape and assault, intimate partner and dating violence, child abuse, and other forms of sexual trauma. If you are a survivor, a friend of or related to a survivor, have been in other ways affected by the issue of sexual violence, or would just like to talk about the issue, we can provide both support and information.

We view all forms of sexual violence as part of a larger societal problem, and we each work in different ways to change the structures and attitudes that encourage and condone this type of violence. We strive to be sensitive to and aware of issues such as sexualities, gender, race, religion, and culture. No matter what your situation is, we are here to listen to and support you. It doesn't matter when it happened (yesterday, three months ago, ten years ago…); if you need to talk now do not hesitate to contact any one of us. We will not judge or criticize your situation or actions, because sexual violence is never the survivor's fault.

Have a Question
Regarding SAPA?

Jessica Sanford
Counseling Services Director;
SAPA Supervisor
Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30

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