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Events

The Relationship Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention Program (RVSP) promotes education and awareness of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, harassment, and stalking on campus.  Our hope is to create safe and inclusive campus where students can achieve student success. 

To get involved this semester, see our events below.

For more information contact rvsp@uta.edu or look RVSP up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) Events

  • ***TOMORROW*** SAAM Day of Action (4/6/17) 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Day of action is designed to engage, create awareness, and provide resources to the campus community. DFW community resources that address domestic violence and sexual assault both on-campus and off-campus will be hosted on campus. Participants play an educational bingo game to raise awareness and engage students in dialogue.  Prizes available! See image below or link for more information: SAAM Day of Action  

  • Zumbathon Week! Dance for a Cause (4/10/17-4/13/17)

UT Arlington's 5th Annual Zumbathon Dance for a Cause, hosted by Campus Recreation and The Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Program.$5 registration/donation for the week. All donations will benefit The Women’s Center. See link for more information: Zumbathon

  • Take Back the Night (4/19/17)

For over 35 years, the internationally known Take Back the Night campaign has focused on eliminating sexual violence, in all forms, and thousands of colleges, universities, women's centers, and rape crisis centers have sponsored events all over the country. See link for more information: Take Back the Night 2017

RVSP will additionally be hosting the following passive campaigns around campus. We hope you find some time this month to visit them.

More information to come…

  • Red Flag Campaign

The Red Flag Campaign is a passive public awareness campaign designed to encourage college students to intervene when they see a warning sign (“red flag”) of intimate partner violence.  The campaign uses a bystander intervention approach to address and prevent sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking on college campuses.

  • The Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project raises society's awareness about relationship violence and sexual assault in our community. The shirts decorated by survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault hanging on the clothesline are a powerful testimony to hope and healing. Come view the decorated shirts and bear witness to violence against women.

  • #ThatsNotLove Campaign

The #ThatsNotLove Campaign helps students identify simple phrases that can take on a different meanings in an unhealthy relationship; escalating from a statement of care to one of control. Learn more about controlling statements and how you can empower your friends to make a difference.

 

Hope to see you there!  

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STUDENT LIFE

Break out

Spend your Spring Break doing more than getting a tan by volunteering for projects in Florida, California, New Orleans, or other locales.

Alternative Spring Break

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