The PEACE Center

Prevention, Education, Advocacy, Consultation, Empowerment

The PEACE Center leads our campus community in a social change movement to end sexual violence.
Our trauma-informed educational programs and direct services aim to promote a healthy and safe environment allowing all faculty, staff, and students to thrive.

Request Advocacy & Support

Available for in-person walk-in services Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm

Contact the main line (210)458-4077

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We are here for you

UTSA PEACE Center provides support services and prevention education to those who have been impacted by sexual violence. Our services are confidential and for the entire campus community. These are the areas that we focus on work on.

  • Sexual Violence
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Gender-based Violence
  • Sexual Misconduct and Harassment
  • Stalking
If you need to speak with someone, please click on the button and fill out the form provided.

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We are here to support you

Our confidential advocates provide comprehensive support services to all members of the UTSA community. Learn more

We are here to educate you

We lead a campus-wide educational effort to prevent sexual violence through outreach and programs.  Learn more

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Where to find us

Campus Advocacy Location:
Student Union - SU 1.02.04

One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249

PEACE Center
Student Union - SU 1.02.04

Phone: 210-458-4077

Hours of Operation: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm


What Were You Wearing? - Dispelling myths surrounding Sexual Assault and Clothing

In support of UTSA’s reaffirmation of a zero-tolerance environment for sexual violence and as campus advocates that support students, faculty and staff who have experienced these issues, The Peace Center wants to bring awareness about sexual assault. We want visitors to understand that it can occur regardless of age, gender, or what a person is wearing. Survivors are often asked after an assault, “What were you wearing?” which immediately puts the blame on the victim instead of  the perpetrator, where blame should be. This exhibit aims to shatter that myth. 

The Exhibit will be hosted in Gallery23, which is located in the Student Union. This exhibit will be available for students to view from April 3 through to April 28.

Survivors can submit their stories confidentially and anonymously

**We will do our best to match the description of your clothing with our exhibit, we cannot guarantee an exact replica due to limitations of finding articles of clothing at thrift stores**

We are passionate about helping our community through advocacy and prevention efforts that meet the culturally diverse needs of our campus.


culture of respect
In January of 2019, UTSA joined the Culture of Respect Collective, a cohort of 37 institutions of higher education dedicated to ending campus sexual violence Who will engage in a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change. This two-year program created by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) brings together stakeholders from across the campus and the community with the common purpose of working together to create a Culture of Respect.