We know that learning about rape, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking can be overwhelming, so we try to make it simple! Check out the links below for some easy ways to educate yourself about these important issues.
The RSVP Center is home to a peer education program composed of students who are dedicated to ending relationship and sexual violence on our campus and in our community.
Click here to learn more about RSVP Educators
RSVP Educators, Graduate Assistants and professional staff can facilitate presentations about rape, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, rape culture, bystander intervention and more. Please contact us if you have a question about our presentation offerings.
Click here to request a presentation!
You may have heard about Green Dot Mizzou, or our take on the Green Dot Strategy of Bystander Intervention…the basics:
If any incident of violence is a red dot on our campus map, then anything anyone does to try to prevent violence is a green dot on that map. Our goal is simple: we want to see more green than red, ultimately dramatically decreasing the amount of violence that occurs in our community.
(Click here for a more in-depth introduction to Green Dot)
The RSVP Center has books, videos and articles available to check out. Take a look at our book selection by clicking on the image below or come on in to peruse in-person.
Want to donate a book? Contact us!
You may be looking for the “Not Anymore” online training for MU students…click here to take the training! Click here to learn more about the training first.