Sexual assault is a complicated issue that affects the mind, body and soul of the victim and loved ones. As a campus, we want to educate individuals on what their options are as a person and a student, if they become a victim or know someone who is a victim of sexual assault. We hope to promote prevention and understanding among the campus community .

The Clothesline Project was started by women in Massachusetts as a way to “air the dirty laundry” of sexual assault and give survivors a productive, artistic outlet for their anger and emotions. Previous year's t-shirts and new t-shirts designed by our students hang on clotheslines assembled at the Tree House Courtyard of the Student Union.

Take Back the Night raises awareness about the issue of sexual violence, empowers survivors and lets it be known that violence of any kind will not be tolerated in our community.