Sexual Assault on Campus

More Than a Statistic | Series 1

Fighting a prominent issue with advocacy and acceptance.

In this web series, learn more about the prevalence of sexual assault on campus and what to do if this situation happens to you or someone you know.

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Facts about Collegiate Sexual Misconduct

Women ages 18-24 are at an elevated risk of sexual violence.

13% of all students (graduate and undergraduate) experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation.

5.8% of students have experienced stalking since entering college.

Before You Watch

Module Discussion Questions​

Use these questions as you watch the video series to create discussion around sexual assault.


If you or someone you know experiences sexual assault, these resources have information to help.

Trigger Warning: This material contains sensitive discussions and information about sexual assault.

Listen to Survivors, Jessica Short

Hear Jessica Short’s story, a sexual assault survivor.

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Know Your Rights, Dr. James Wilkerson

Learn all about consent and its importance.

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Transform Campus Culture, Haleigh Rigger

Explore how we can transform our culture to stop normalizing sexual violence.

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Stepping Up, Stepping In, Jules Grable

Learn about the warning signs of sexual assault and what you can do to help.

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Watch Part 2

Create Change, Isabelle Rojek

Isabelle Rojek, a student at Butler University, discusses how we can create change in our sexual assault education.

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