College campuses across the nation are facing a serious problem and unfortunately, the numbers do not lie. The issue of power-based personal violence (sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking) is an issue of significant concern on college campuses, including Kent State University.

Nationally, women have a one-in-six statistical probability of being sexually assaulted (one in thirty-three for men) and college women are four times as likely to be sexually assaulted as are other women. These statistics are simply unacceptable and we believe we can do better at Kent State University.

freevide0x性欧美If you have experienced a recent or past sexual assault, relationship abuse, sexual harassment or stalking, you may be feeling overwhelmed and confused about what to do and where to go for help.

freevide0x性欧美SRVSS is available to listen without judgment and to offer information, options, resources and emotional support. We also provide assistance to individuals who may be assisting a friend/loved through a difficult time.

  • freevide0x性欧美Launched in the fall 2014, the Green Dot Strategy is a bystander approach for the prevention of power-based personal violence that relies on the power of cultural and peer influence. The strategy targets everyone in the community as agents of change to visibly reduce the number of incidents of violence.  

  • freevide0x性欧美Kent State University has been recognized as the safest campus in the State of Ohio. We strive to build and maintain a safe and healthy community where all students can succeed. In commitment to the safety of our students, faculty and staff, we actively work to prevent sexual and relationship violence.


    Free and Confidential Support Groups for Survivors of Sexual and Relationship Violence.

    Every Tuesday at the Williamson House.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.SAAM Calendar

freevide0x性欧美During the month of April, SRVSS is joining with the Kent State community to ASK. This year's theme is "I Ask."  Consent is something for which everyone needs to ask.  It is about listening and respecting the boundaries and voice of others.

Throughout the month there are many events to raise awareness on consent and to show survivors we support them.