Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Speaker Series on Campus Culture and Healing

Join SAPAC's SEAS (Survivor Support and Ally Support) Program for a speaker series focused on campus culture and healing! 

Campus Culture and Healing Panel 

When: Monday, March 14th  6-7:30pm
Where: Chem 1300

Healing Workshop Presented by Alisa Zipursky 

When: Wednesday, March 16th, 6-7:30pm
Where: Chem 1300

Details of the speaker series along with pictures of the panelists

Accepting Submissions for 17th Annual Art Show, rEVOLUTION

SAPAC's SEAS (Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support) Program is now accepting submissions for its 17th annual art show, rEVOLUTION: Healing Through the Arts.

Please e-mail submissions and questions to and fill out the form below. If your work is accepted by the launch it will be displayed at the Rackham Graduate School in the Assembly Hall on the evening of April 3rd. 

Deadline: Sunday, March 27th

Link to form:

Details of submitting art over a flier that has green leaves and paper cranes.

36th Annual SAPAC Survivor Speak Out

When: Sunday December 5th 6-8pm

Where: Zoom (register to recive meeting details)


To attend, you must register with this anonymous form:

A virtual open microphone event for student survivors of sexual violence to share their experiences, hosted by SAPAC's SEAS (Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support) Program.

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SAPAC GROWE Info Session

Please join us to learn how you can be involved in SAPAC's GROWE Volunteer Program. We are looking for graduate student volunteers to help connect other graduate students to resources on campus and be involved in Engendering Respectful Communities (ERC). 

ERC workshops are facilitated by GROWE volunteers in circle discussions which help to engage students in dialogue about sexual assault, harassment, misconduct, and discrimination that they may face. These workshops teach skills that will help students learn how to intervene in these situations that cause harm and the resources that are available to help them. 

When: Monday, September 20th 5pm-6pm
Where: Zoom (Meeting ID: 914 7642 7642)

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SAPAC Volunteer Appreciation 2020-2021

As the semester draws to a close, we are looking back at everything our amazing volunteers have done! SAPAC's Consent, Outreach, & Relationship Education (CORE); Bystander Intervention & Community Engagement (BICE); and Survivor Empowerment & Ally Support (SEAS) have continued to plan events, lead educational workshops, and so much more this year! Our Co-Coordinators for each of these programs created a Volunteer Appreciation slideshow to document and share all of the accomplishments these groups have achieved this year!

A collage of logos, fliers, and other designs from this year's SAPAC volunteer efforts