Nearly one in four female undergraduates responding to a survey conducted by the Association of American Universities said that they had been the victim of sexual assault or misconduct. The survey represents one of the largest efforts to gauge the attitudes and experiences of college students with respect to sexual assault and misconduct, AAU officials said.
Do your students relate? From fulfilling federal requirements to addressing concerns of both students and parents, campus safety is becoming an increasingly more critical topic at institutions across the country. And, while security lights, emergency phones, and campus police are important, they often aren’t enough.
Join this webinar, where you’ll learn about valuable resources to help you establish a safety education program to prepare your students and staff with essential life skills so they are equipped to trust their instincts, increase their observation skills, and have an action plan when faced with potential threats on your campus.
FREE WEBINAR: Keeping Students Safe: Beyond Emergency Lights and Campus Police
Thu, Oct 1, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT