Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention will be hosting Sexual Assault Awareness Month Events throughout April. Please join us!
Now in its 25th year as a campus program, the RSVP Programming Center uses dialogue and education to work toward the elimination of interpersonal violence at UChicago. The scope of issues the RSVP Programming Center addresses ranges from consent education to prevention and awareness of sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence to Bystander Intervention Programs. The RSVP Programming Center uses education, awareness and activism in service to preventing interpersonal harm and creating a safer campus community. The Center is proud to bring impactful programming to campus all year long including participation in UChicago’s annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in April to collaborating with student organizations’ whose mission and goal supports the Programming Center, which is to eliminate sexual violence on campus. The Programming Center engages with students and community members in meaningful discussion and action by hosting national speakers, special topics workshops, and panel discussions, as well as other opportunities for activism, education, awareness, and expression on issues surrounding sexual misconduct prevention.