Ending Campus Sexual Violence: Outcomes from the Culture of Respect Collective Program

Health, Safety, and Well-being Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response AVP or "Number Two" Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level VP for Student Affairs
September 10, 2020 Allison Tombros Korman Jennifer E. Henkle Alexis Wesaw

The Culture of Respect Collective is a two-year program designed specifically to address the enormity and complexity of ending campus sexual violence. Grounded in a comprehensive, evidence-informed framework, the program guides institutions of higher education through a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change.

This report examines the experience and outcomes of Collective Cohorts 1 and 2, particularly the meaningful programmatic and policy changes they made that further the goal of ending campus sexual violence. It considers the factors that facilitated and impeded institutions’ success in implementing the program, as well as how the growing number of Collective institutions can impact higher education’s understanding of the problem, and how best to address it.

Want to learn more about joining the next Collective cohort? Visit the Collective webpage or contact Culture of Respect

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