Help Improve Your Campus, Review a Sexual Assault Prevention Program

Prevention education is important year round, not just during orientation. Students going back to campus in January—including transfer and incoming students—may be asked to participate in their campus’ sexual assault prevention programs, or follow up on trainings from the past semester. This makes January a great time for students and administrators to share their feedback by rating their college’s program.

Each campus is different and deserves access to sexual assault prevention programming that fits its students’ needs. That’s why RAINN created the Prevention Navigator, a tool that helps colleges sort through and identify sexual assault prevention programs to find the best fit for each campus. It allows users to look beyond advertised program materials and gain a more complete perspective, with diverse insight from program coordinators, student participants, and administrators.

The Prevention Navigator is powered by student and administrator reviews of programs. Reviews are anonymous and take only 1-2 minutes to complete. By reviewing a program, you can help your administration—and others—learn more and determine if it’s the right fit for the campus community. Your feedback is crucial. Review a program and make a difference on your campus today.

Don’t see your school’s program listed? Contact RAINN’s campus programs manager, Nancy Amestoy, at nancya@rainn.org.

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