Did you know that 11.2% of college students in the United States experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation (AAU Campus Climate Survey, 2015)? College students are not immune to this issue.
Each April, UH Wellness coordinates the campus-wide observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month with various campus partners. Through a variety of mediums, including workshops, training, movie screenings, panels, and art projects – we seek to bring light to the issue of campus sexual assault by engaging our community in ways to step up and prevent all acts of violence. Past collaborative partners have included the Women and Gender Resource Center, Equal Opportunity Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, LGBTQ Resource Center, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Student Housing and Residence Life, and Veteran’s Services.
For a complete overview of campus and off-campus resources, along with information about staying educated and getting involved, please visit the University of Houston's Sexual Violence Prevention and Education webpage.