Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program
The mission of UT Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program is to create a campus community free of abuse, harassment, and other forms of sexual and intimate partner violence, in which students enjoy equitable, nonviolent relationships. SAEPP provides educational programming addressing the role that everyone can take in creating a violence-free UT. In partnership with YWCA Hope Rape Crisis Center, SAEPP is dedicated to ensuring that students are provided proper advocacy services to survivors of violence, including crisis intervention, assistance with medical, legal, academic, and personal issues.
Prevention Through Education
- Presentations, trainings & workshops for classes, student groups, faculty and staff
- Educational materials
- Speakers and special events
- The Clothesline Project: a visual display bearing witness to violence against women
- Internship and volunteer opportunities
Services for Survivors
All confidential advocacy services provided to students are in conjunction with our YWCA Hope Center campus advocate.
- Confidential support and information for survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.
- Accompaniment through the medical and legal process following an act of violence.
- Linkages to University and community services
- Help with the medical and criminal justice systems
- Information for friends and family members of survivors
- Assistance and referrals for stalking, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Resource and Referral Options (Confidential vs. Non-Confidential Options)