There are various student groups around grounds dedicated to providing education about sexual assault and related topics. Here is a breakdown of the groups and contact information for the student leaders who run these organizations. Contact them if you wish to get involved or schedule an educational presentation for your group or organization.
Sexual Assault Leadership Council (SALC)
SALC serves as an umbrella/organizing group for the sexual assault education groups on grounds. They are partly responsible for university-wide events such as the Safety and Security Talks, Take Back the Night, and other large events.
An organization of students trained to advocate for survivors who provide informational presentations to student groups on a range of topics relating to sexual violence. The group has a wide range of presentations regarding sexual assault including one on consent, domestic/intimate partner violence, LGBTQI consent, and a presentation on race and rape. These presentations are oriented towards both male and female audiences.
Seeks to promote a culture of support for sexual assault survivors at UVA through presentations to groups and advocacy on behalf of survivors in the community.
A group of male peer educators whose name comes from the statistic that one-in-four college women have survived rape or attempted rape since their fourteenth birthday. Their mission is to spread awareness of the prevalence of violence against women—specifically sexual assault and rape—and the pain that it causes. The group presents to all-male groups to inform other men how to help survivors recover from a rape experience.