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Sexual Assault Awareness Month


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Throughout the month, the Center for Wellness Promotion will host workshops to promote resources and build a supportive community for survivors of sexual assault and all forms of interpersonal violence.

Please join us as we spread awareness and implement initiatives to shape a safer community. More information can be found on the SAAM calendar, or on Instagram @clt_cwp.

April 1st, 11am-1pm, CHHS/COED Plaza

Join campus and community partners in the CHHS/CoEd Plaza for giveaways, awareness, and learning how to create a safer campus!

April 1, 6-7:30pm, Student Union Theater

April 3, 5-6pm, Student Union 340D

A discussion surrounding the normalization of the culture of violence, and the intersections of oppressive systems on sexual violence.

April 5th, 6-8pm, Sue M. Daughtridge Stadium

Join the Softball Team by wearing teal in solidarity with survivors of sexual violence!

April 10th, SoVi Terrace, 6-8pm

Join the CWP and CIC as we host a Consent Carnival during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Consent is a positive and necessary part of sex, so join us to learn more about consent while playing games, enjoying food, and having consensual fun! 

April 11th, 5:30pm

It is important to recognize that the way in which we respond to survivors who have experienced violence has a huge impact on their healing journey. In this workshop we'll discuss the impact we have, and helpful ways to support a survivor while crafting posters to march with at Take Back the Night!

April 15th 5pm, McKnight Auditorium 

Sign-up HERE

An annual, worldwide event to raise awareness and end sexual violence. Join us for a night dedicated to learning, connecting, and creating a safer campus community. This years event will highlight how we can come together as a community to support survivors, and end sexual violence. Refreshments and t-shirts will be available to the first 150 attendees.

April 17th, 10-11:30am, Student Union 269

Let’s Talk is a brief, drop-in, and confidential consultation with a CAPS team member who can support with problem solving and linkage to resources. This program is open to all students and is based on our knowledge that traditional forms of therapy do not always meet the needs of all students and that healing often occurs in community. Visits are first come, first serve and no appointment is necessary. 

Thank you to the following campus and community partners for their support in hosting and sponsoring events during SAAM 2024. 

  • Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement 
  • Athletics
  • Women and Gender Studies
  • Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
  • SAAM Planning Committee
  • Brave Step
  • Student Government Association