The Peer Education program is a student-based SAPAC volunteer program that works to educate the campus community on the issues of sexual violence. We provide educational workshops on the issues of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and stalking to the University of Michigan community. Peer educators are trained to educate, facilitate discussions, and provide resources for students in residence halls, classrooms, co-ops, sororities, fraternities, and students groups and organizations. The goal of this program is to increase awareness and knowledge of issues related to sexual violence. Each of our workshops can be presented either as interactive, small-group discussions or as lecture-style, Powerpoint presentations that may be better suited for larger groups.
While we offer four standard workshops, customized workshops are also available to meet the needs of your specific group. If you would like a customized workshop, please specify this on the ‘Schedule a Workshop’ form. Educational workshops are free of charge. Please allow us at least 2 weeks to respond to all workshop requests, especially if you would like a customized workshop for your group.
If you would like to schedule a workshop, please visit or contact our office or: