Welcome SAPAC's New Director, Anne Huhman!

Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Anne Huhman as the next director of SAPAC!

 Anne first joined SAPAC in 2005 as a graduate assistant intern, and during that time served in nearly every role from policy and research coordinator, grant project director and crisis intervention specialist to advocate, program manager, associate director and more! Anne served as SAPAC’s interim director since May 2022 and her appointment as director began April 1st. 

rEVOLUTION: Healing Through the Arts - Call for Submissions

SAPAC's SEAS (Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support) program  is now accepting submissions for our 18th annual art show!

SEAS is calling on all UM-affiliated artists (students, faculty, & staff) for submissions to be displayed in our annual art show, rEVOLUTION: Healing Through the Arts. Art of any medium is welcome. We are opening up the show to be for survivors and allies, by survivors and allies; as such, we encourage you to express your healing process as you authentically experience it. 

SAPAC has an Instagram

We have officially launched our SAPAC Instagram page! 

We are excited to start engaging and educating UM students and our supporters in this new way about the work we do accross all of our professional and volunteeer programs, how folks can get involved, and highlight some of our wonderful volunteers and staff!

Check out our new IG page: @UMSAPAC 

38th Annual SAPAC Survivor Speak Out

Join SAPAC's SEAS (Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support) program for the 38th Annual Survivor Speak Out!

When: Sunday, March 12th 1-3pm

Where: Michigan Union Pendleton Room

Speak Out is an open microphone event for student survivors of sexual and relationship violence to share their experiences. All stories and all identities are welcome. 

This event is open to all students of the University of Michigan community. You may speak live during the event or submit your story anonymously to be read aloud by a SAPAC representative.