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Sexual Violence Awareness, Prevention, & Intervention

This is one of 3 sexual violence presentations that you can request for your student group.

These free presentations empower students to take responsibility for their own sexual health, providing both the education and the skills necessary to have a healthier sex life. Presentations are appropriate for all-male, all-female, mixed groups, and LGBTQ participants.

Request this presentation to learn about sexual violence and Title IX, reporting options, and the health and wellness resources available to victims and survivors on campus.

This presentation:

  • Aims to clarify any misconceptions about sexual assault
  • Discusses important issues associated with sexual assault
  • Teaches the skills necessary to decrease the risk of assault
  • Includes myth and fact clarification
  • Teaches you how to keep yourself and others safe from sexual violence

The presentation will include interactive activities and skill-building components to help audience members feel more confident about:

  • Preventing and intervening in potential sexual violence situations
  • Helping victims or survivors

Find out how to schedule this presentation for your student group!

Title IX compliance

San Diego State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. The safety of our students is our highest priority, and we are committed to ensuring that sexual violence stops on our campus and in the broader society. [more]

Free informational fliers

Health Matters: Sexual HealthHealth Promotion offers variety of free informational brochures and fliers on topics related to sexual violence prevention awareness.

Also see

Learn more about sexual violence prevention awareness and resources including what constitutes consent, victim resources, and related on-campus events like Take Back the Night and the White Ribbon Campaign.