Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

*Please note that due to COIVD-19, SAPAC workshops may be required to be presented virtually

To request a SAPAC educational offering for staff or faculty, please fill out our online request form below. After submitting the form you will be contacted by email within 5 business days (excluding holidays), connecting you to the appropriate SAPAC staff member to go over the details of your request. While SAPAC primarily works with student groups and organizations, we are able to offer these resources to staff & faculty pending staff availability.

Requests must be submitted three 3 weeks (21 days) prior to the desired date of your workshop. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate your needs in a shorter time frame, but we will try our best (our requests are handled first come first serve-- depending on the volume of pending requests, your workshop may need to be rescheduled for a later date).

  • Our workshops for staff and faculty aim to create interactive spaces to engage in dialogue about healthy relationships, consent, bystander intervention, self-care, and responding to disclosures. All workshops are designed to be between 60-120 minutes, depending on the workshop and the community needs.
  • Due to the interactive nature of our workshops, we try to keep a cap of participants at 40 individuals. Please let us know if you have a group larger than this size, and we can discuss potentially holding multiple workshops. In order for us to be able to move forward with confirming your requested/preferred workshop date, workshop requests require in-person (or virtual) planning and preparation meeting(s) (to tailor and craft the workshop to be relevant to your community and needs).
  • In order to be able to effectively prepare for your workshop (by your preferred date) this meeting must occur in a timely manner before your requested/preferred workshop date. We appreciate your cooperation in this.
  • If your organization is seeking mediation or conflict management, the Office of Student Conflict Resolution or Center for Campus Involvement provide student organization support and can serve as resources.

SAPAC Faculty and Staff Workshop Offerings include: 

  • SAPAC Services & Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Misconduct Workshopoverview of SAPAC direct service & prevention programming, common reactions to sexual violence and trauma, neurobiology of trauma, community-specific scenarios to practice responding to disclosures to sexual misconduct
  • Consultation: schedule meeting or phone call with SAPAC staff to confidentially talk through a situation regarding sexual misconduct in your community, and come up with next steps together
  • SAPAC Tabling Engagement: have SAPAC volunteers/interns table at your event, overview of SAPAC services for survivors & peer-led educational offerings, volunteer opportunities for students, paper handouts, resources & materials, how to stay in touch with SAPAC
  • Restorative Circles & Building Community (Pilot Offering): SAPAC staff/interns provide facilitated conversations utilizing the restorative practice of circles. During this time, facilitator(s) will utilize circles as an educational and healing tool to address collective harm that has been caused by sexual misconduct within your community. 

          Request a staff and faculty workshop here!