Call for Help

Violence Prevention

UHS Violence Prevention works to build the capacity of the campus community to prevent violence, support survivors and shift the culture.

Learn more about us.


24/7 Support

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

National Sexual Assault Hotline
1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Violence Prevention Programs

Online Programs


Undergraduate Students

Incoming undergraduate students are required to complete two online violence prevention programs. Supplemental online violence prevention education is also available to all undergraduate students. These trainings share information on campus policy, resources, rights, accommodations, and reporting options related to sexual and relationship violence.


Graduate & Professional Students

Incoming graduate and professional students are required to complete an online violence prevention program.

Workshops, Trainings, Presentations


Members of the campus community can request a workshop delivered by Violence Prevention staff and adapted for the audience.


Request a presentation

Violence Prevention Information


Learn about data that informs our work and how we evaluate our violence prevention efforts.

Faculty & staff

Faculty and staff play a role in fostering safe and supportive campus environments.

Get involved & learn more

There are many ways to get involved and learn more about shifting the campus culture.