Posting Guidelines

Site Guidelines

These are the official posting guidelines ("Site Guidelines") for the Prevention Program Navigator ("Site", "we", "us" or "our") and are a part of, and Additional Terms under, our Terms of Use Agreement. The Site provides user generated feedback on sexual assault prevention programs. Program ratings should only be posted by users who have recently participated in or managed the implementation of that particular program. Users are limited to one review per program. Please review the following guidelines before submitting a program review on the Site:


  • Be honest and objective in your assessment of a program.
  • Include comments that can help program coordinators improve.
  • Proofread your comments before submitting.
  • Elaborate on your question responses whenever possible.
  • If you didn’t like something, please explain why — negative comments are more useful when they contain constructive criticism.
  • Encourage your peers to review their college’s program.


  • Include any personal identifying information.
  • State your opinion as fact.
  • Review a program if you have not participated in or managed it.
  • Review a program if you were a participant more than two years ago.
  • Attempt to review the same program more than once.
  • Post hyperlinks and/or URLs.
  • Flag a comment simply because you disagree with it.

When reading program feedback, please remember that the opinions expressed are not necessarily representative of all students’ experiences. We do our best to obtain feedback from a diverse range of students. However, on review sites, it is common for polarized opinions to be shared most broadly. When passing judgement on a program, please consider all perspectives and all available information. Our objective is to provide you with the most well-rounded perspective as possible. We discourage determining a program’s worth solely by participant feedback.

The Site reserves the right to remove any comments deemed inappropriate, libelous, defamatory, indecent, vulgar or obscene, pornographic, sexually explicit or sexually suggestive, racially, culturally, or ethnically offensive, harmful, harassing, intimidating, threatening, hateful, objectionable, discriminatory, or abusive, or that otherwise violate the Terms of Use Agreement.

Please note, all the reviews on this website are user-submitted and should be treated only as opinions. They are not the opinions of RAINN or any of its affiliates.

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