The Stop Abuse Campaign provides support and information to the university community regarding sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. We hope the information provided on this site will answer some of your questions. We encourage everyone to contact Julie Johnson or Meg Lewis directly to discuss your specific situation and needs.
We serve all racial, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic, sexual orientation, and gender and social identities. If you or someone you know has been hurt, there is help available to you.
The Stop Abuse Campaign is committed to the following goals and principles:
- Educating the campus community about sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and related issues to raise awareness and promote a non-violent campus community.
- Collaborating with campus and community organizations to develop, communicate, and implement strategies for prevention education and eliminating fear and oppression.
- Supporting the rights of survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking through advocacy and coordination with campus, local and national resources.
- Ensuring the inclusion of a wide diversity of people as staff, volunteers, peer educators, and constituents, and be culturally accessible to all groups in our work.
- Promoting data collection and research efforts to better educational and service initiatives, and actively participate in the broader academic venue.