Sexual Violence Education and Resources

The University of Virginia takes gender-based violence seriously and provides support and information to survivors, friends and families of survivors, and the University community.

About this Website »
This website will tell you: (1) What to do after an assault; (2) How to support a survivor; (3) What your reporting options are; (4) How to get involved; (5) and more. If you have any suggestions, questions, concerns, or can't find what you're looking for, email us. We're here to help.
Upcoming Events »
Learn about activities around Grounds developed to educate and raise awareness about sexual violence. Read More
For Men »
Sexual violence is not solely a women's issue. Men can be victims of sexual assault and intimate partner violence. The University seeks to serve and assist all survivors of sexual violence, regardless of their gender. Read More
About Us »
Learn more about the Women's Center and the Office of the Dean of Students, the joint sponsors of this website. Read More
Get Involved »
Find more information about the groups around Grounds who work to educate peers about sexual assault and sexual violence and who advocate on behalf of survivors. Read More
Community Resources »
Several organizations exist in our community to educate students and community members about sexual violence and to provide resources and support to victims. Links and contact information for those organizations are available here. Read More