UTSA offers training, awareness, prevention and education programs to prevent students from becoming the victims of intimate and interpersonal violence. These ongoing initiatives include:
This online program, which is mandatory training for new freshmen under the age of 21, educates students about alcohol, empowers them to make well-informed decisions about alcohol and provides simple strategies to help students stay safe. The course includes case studies and interactive exercises. It is managed by Student Health Services. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/alcoholEDU/ or 210-458-4142.
This online program, which is mandatory training for new freshmen, educates students about the elements of healthy relationships, the importance of sexual consent and the role of bystanders in creating safe, healthy communities. It is managed by Student Health Services. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/alcoholEDU/ or 210-458-4142.
This online program, which is mandatory training for first-time, incoming graduate students seeking a master's degree, educates students about the same elements as Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault. The primary difference is that the content is presented in a way that recognizes the unique perspectives and experiences of graduate students and adult-learners, who fall outside of the traditional-aged residential undergraduate population. It is managed by Student Health Services. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/alcoholEDU/ or 210-458-4142.
Under the requirements of Texas House Bill 699, passed in June 2015, UTSA trains every entering undergraduate student on its sexual assault policy during the first semester or term in which the student enrolls for classes at UTSA. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/eos/ or 210-458-4120.
This regular training for student employees addresses federal and state laws, particularly those that are relevant to the higher education environment. The training covers sexual harassment, Title IX and Campus SaVE and informs university employees about crime prevention and their mandatory reporting responsibilities. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/compliance/ or 210-458-4992.
This comprehensive classroom training about Title IX and the Campus SaVE Act teaches responsible student employees about issues related to stalking, dating and domestic violence, and sexual assault. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/eos/ or 210-458-4120.
This training, which is required for the leaders of UTSA registered student organizations, addresses seven risk management topics including sexual assault prevention and Title IX. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/sa/ or 210-458-4160.
This UTSA initiative coordinates and provides bystander education opportunities to students through training, other programs and social media. Beaks Up. Speak Up. teaches students how to recognize a harmful situation and how to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome of that situation. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/beaksup/ or 210-458-4136.
This peer-led sexual violence prevention program helps students identify the continuum of inappropriate sexual behavior, develop empathy for sexual violence survivors, understand their role in bystander intervention, understand barriers to intervention and how to overcome them, and develop skills to intervene as an active bystander. This training is required for all student employees in UTSA's division of Student Affairs. It is also available to student groups by request. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/beaksup/ or 210-458-4136.
The UTSA Police Department Crime Prevention Unit, established in 1994, offers a series of presentations to students about personal safety, sexual assault prevention, acquaintance rape, women's self-defense, and alcohol and drug awareness. Customized crime presentations and literature related to sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention are also available. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/utsapd or 210-458-6250.
UTSA counselors provide training to student groups about sexual assault prevention, rape culture, helping survivors and healthy relationships. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/counsel/outreach.html or 210-458-4140.
UTSA health educators provide regular programming and events for UTSA students about human sexuality, safer sex and healthy relationships. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/edu/presentations.html or 210-458-4142.
The UTSA Equal Opportunity Services team provides presentations on sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and discrimination upon request. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/eos/ or 210-458-4120.
The EOS office conducts Title IX and Campus SaVE training for all UTSA freshmen, transfer students and graduate students during their specialized Orientation sessions. The training incudes skits, panels, discussions and Q&A opportunities. Learn more at 210-458-4724.
This university-wide program empowers students, faculty and staff to create and maintain a welcoming and inclusive environment for LGBTQ members of the university. Members of the UTSA ALLY Program frequently post a placard at their workspaces or wear a lapel pin with the ALLY logo to identify themselves. UTSA student allies join the program through peer to peer training. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/inclusion/inclusion/ally.html or 210-458-4770.
This unique student program, offered each semester, allows students to get real facts about sexual health and related topics. At Sex in the Dark, students anonymously submit sexual-health related questions and receive honest, factual answers. The room is kept dark throughout the program to create a safe space and facilitate open conversations. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/visit/ or 210-458-4142.
This educational sexual assault prevention program reaches out to students who have mislabeled coercion as consent and encourages them to change behaviors. The program, co-hosted by EOS and the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, also encourages bystander intervention. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/eos or 210-458-4120.
This student program includes an interactive panel and information fair about sexual violence, interpersonal violence and healthy relationships. It is hosted each spring by Student Health Services. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/health/visit/ or 210-458-4142.
This documentary film explores campus sexual assault and violence. It is offered each spring semester by EOS, Women's Studies and the Panhellenic Council. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/eos/ or 210-458-4120.
This annual alcohol awareness program, offered each fall, focuses on the connection between alcohol and sexual violence. Students are given the opportunity to engage with campus departments and community agencies to learn about the resources available to them. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/sa/ or 210-458-4160.
This annual alcohol awareness program, offered each spring, focuses on the connection between alcohol and sexual violence. Students are given the opportunity to engage with campus departments and community agencies to learn about the resources available to them. Learn more at www.utsa.edu/sa/ or 210-458-4160.