The College offers a number of programs over the course of the academic year, addressing sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, stalking, and related topics.
A specific program is presented to all new incoming students during orientation. Further programming is offered by various offices and student organizations including residence life, the counseling center, and campus safety and security. Efforts are made to offer training opportunities specifically to at-risk populations each year.
Pursuant to federal law, students and employees will be educated and updated about security procedures, personal safety, crime prevention and sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking in all ways that are necessary and appropriate to alert the College community. This may include: posting appropriate flyers, mass e-mail messages, placing articles in the student newspaper, classroom announcements and emergency meetings.
Student Training Opportunities
Program provided by Albany County Crime Victims and Sexual Violence Center and the Office of Student Affairs.
Offered annually to new first year students.
On-line program that addresses sexual assault, interpersonal violence, stalking, and bystander intervention.
Offered annually to new students, new athletes, and new student club officers.
Campus committee that provides programming on sexual assault, stalking, domestic violence, and bystander intervention through tabling, speakers, and passive programming.
Offered throughout the academic year.
Program focused on interpersonal violence with a focus on bystander intervention developed by the One Love Foundation.
Offered several times per year.
Activities that are provided by the It’s On Us organization.
Offered during a week in the spring semester.