Student Community of Practice

National Women's Law Center: A Basic Guide to Title IX

Introduction Resource Packet for Sexual Violence Preventionists

Media, Sexual Violence, and Engaging Bystanders

Common Date Rape Drugs

How To Send A Title IX Complaint to The U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice

Speaking Out The Benefits to Survivors of Sexual Assault

11 Facts About Sexual Assault

It’s Never Your Fault The Truth about Sexual Abuse

Sex or Sexual Abuse Respect Yourself Know The Difference

A Report of the National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education - 2008

An Athletics Equity Checklist For Students, Athletes, Coaches, Parents, Administrators, and Advocates

Sexual Assault Overview

Health Care Providers and Screening and Counseling for Interpersonal and Domestic Violence

Know Your Rights: Title IX And Sexual Assault

Not Alone Protecting Students from Sexual Assault from the White House

Sample Appeals Practices and Template Language Examples

Sexual Harassment: It’s Not Academic

The Realities of Sexual Assault on Campus From Best Colleges

Sexual Assault Factsheet

28 Groups That Work With Rape Victims Think The Safe Campus Act Is Terrible

Action Plan For Students: Six Steps for Effective Student Leadership to Address College Sexual Assault

Effectively Channeling Student Activism: 8 Strategies for a Successful Week of Action

End Rape On Campus

No More: College Campus Resources & Organizations Change to: No More Organization

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)

SAFER Strengthens Student-Led Movements to Combat Sexual and Interpersonal Violence in Campus Communities

Student Activists Keep Pressure On Campus Sexual Assault NPR

Webinar: Bringing No More to Your School

Your Right to Form a Gay Straight Alliance

Preventing Violence and Promoting Safety in Higher Education Settings Overview of a Comprehensive Approach

National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE (4673)

Chat with a trained hotline worker on the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline

National Domestic Violence Hotline, 800-799-SAFE (7233) or 800-787-3224 (TTY)

Communicating With Law Enforcement

Find Local Counseling

I've Been Assaulted, Now What?

Reporting to Law Enforcement

Know Your Rights United States Department of Education

Stages of Trauma and Recovery

Student Information Request Letter to a School District

Tips for Partners, Friends & Family of Survivors

Was it my fault? Self-Blame and Survivors

What is a Rape Kit?

What to Do if You Have Been Raped

What To Expect At The Hospital

What To Expect From the Criminal Justice System

Training and Utilizing Student Staff as Active Bystanders

Intimate Partner Violence Handout

Preventing Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence Program Activities Guide

Understanding Intimate Partner Violence Factsheet (2014)

Tips For New Prevention Coordinators (2008)

Preventing Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Lessons from Research and Practice (2014)

iHeartmob Technical Safety Guide Tips

iHearthmob Social Media Guide

iHeartmob Self-care Guide

Dance Education Tips

NYU's Let's Talk about Consent Video (2014)

Sex Needs a New Metaphor TED Talk: Al Vernacchio (2013)

Student Training Organizations: Student Success

Operation Underground Railroad

Consent Video- Rise Above Let's talk Consent In Relationships (2017)

Article- The Truth about Trans Athletes (2019)

Families Advocating for Campus Equality (FACE)


Sample Sexual Harassment Title IX Flowchart (Metro National Public Schools, 2021)

Sample Harassment-Discrimination Flowchart (Albright 2021)

Fact Check: There Is NO Evidence Of 'National Rape Day' (April 2021)

Article- Sex talks: The language of sexual negotiation must go far beyond 'consent' and 'refusal' if we are to foster ethical, autonomous sex

Title IX Insights: Title IX Fundamentals and Investigation Techniques

Family Policy Compliance Office Guidelines: Disclosure of Education Records Concerning Registered Sex Offenders

Changing the Game Documentary

LGBTQ Institute on Intimate Partner Violence

Report: Holding Space, Creating Safety, A Toolkit for Facilitating Conversations about Sexual & Intimate Partner Violence for Bisexual Peer Support Groups (March 2021)

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