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Providence College is committed to offering our community programming and events that educate and build awareness about sexual misconduct and relationship violence. We’re constantly developing and evaluating our programming, so if you have thoughts on different ways to reach out and educate our PC community, we welcome your suggestions. Please contact Dr. James Campbell, the Assistant Vice President for Student Development and Compliance (James.Campbell@providence.edu) to share your ideas. Listed below are programs and materials recently conducted and/or currently available to the PC community.

First Year Students

Students – All Class Years

  • Resident Assistant (RA) and Hall Director Training
  • Ongoing Bystander Training (club sports, Orientation Leaders/RAs)
  • Title IX Education & Discussion Sessions (Student Congress)
  • Huddle Up (Varsity Athletics – Bystander Training)
  • Pre-study abroad orientation
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming (April)
  • Resources Stickers (on-campus bathroom stalls (male and female) and off-campus housing)
  • Student Health 101 e-newsletter

Faculty/Staff

  • Ongoing meetings and training for Title IX Deputy Coordinators
  • Board hearing training for faculty and staff members
  • Training/education at new faculty orientation
  • Faculty/Staff – ongoing training for faculty & staff groups about reporting resources
  • Faculty/Staff Resource Folders – Distributed to faculty/staff members during group meetings and training to explain key Title IX information, explain mandatory reporting responsibilities, and provide resource contact information

Sexual Violence Campus Climate Survey

  • Administered every two years.  The most recent administration was in the Spring of 2018.  Results were shared with the campus community during the Fall 2018 semester, and conversations continue between students and College leaders.  Members of the College community may view the survey results on the MyPC Portal