Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Course: Creating a Safer Campus (Spring 2022)

About This Course

(HED 44095 | 2 CREDIT (CRN)) Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Course: Creating a Safer Campus focuses on prevention, education, and awareness surrounding power-based personal violence. This course aims to build a future of KSU students committed to standing firmly against this violence and becoming part of the solution to end sexual and relationship violence once and for all. 

Wednesdays from 11 AM - 12:35 PM (January 19 - May 5, 2022)

Housed on the School of Health Science| College of Education, Health and Human Services

What You Will Gain

This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to positively influence the Kent State community and create a safer, more inclusive college campus. Students will be empowered by understanding sexual and relationship violence to advocate for genuine and lasting change.

Students who successfully completed this course will take a one-credit practical follow-up course during the fall 2022 semester. It is a great practice to apply what you have learned and play an active role in addressing the issues of sexual and relationship violence on our KSU’s campus.

What Will You Accomplish from Taking the Practical Course in Fall 2022?

  • Trained students will be peer resources to educate and provide factual information on sexual and relationship violence topics on the KSU’s college campus.
  • Continue to be an active advocate in preventing sexual and relationship violence (ex, launch campaigns and spreading resources on college campus community)
  • A liaison to the Center of Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services (SRVSS) on Kent State University.

How to Apply

Click this link to apply to take the Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Course: Creating a Safer Campus during the spring 2022 semester. Those interested and qualified to take this course will be contacted after applying, and an interview will be scheduled shortly after.