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Campus Trainings

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  • Through the Office on Violence Against Women program grant, MSCASA provides training throughout the state and nationally.
  • This work is focused on building strong campus and community partnerships, with the goals of strengthening services for victims of sexual assault and promoting multifaceted prevention strategies and holistic survivor-centered responses within the campus community.




We utilize campus administrators, community advocates, and experts from varied organizations and agencies to facilitate training and ensure that the education and learning is comprehensive and applicable to the varied structures of the colleges and universities. MSCASA hosts periodic webinars, statewide trainings, and the SAC Taskforce to increase access to information. Upon request, trainings can be tailored accordingly to fit the campus need and audience, such as:

  • Heath Services
  • Counseling and Mental Health
  • Women’s Centers and Advocates
  • Residential Life
  • Conduct or Judicial Boards or Hearing Officers
  • Law Enforcement or Security Personnel
  • Students




Training topics include, but are not limited to

  • First Responder and Crisis Management
  • Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams
  • Understanding Sexual Violence
  • How to Serve Victims of Sexual Violence
  • Prevention and Education
  • Review of Response Procedures and Policies

To request a training click here.




Read about resources and information from the White House Not Alone Report and receive additional information at

For resources on violence against women on campus, click on the links below of some our organization partners

AEquitas-The Prosecutors Resource on Violence Against Women

Green Dot, etc.

Men Can Stop Rape

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Staking Resource Center

The Clery Center for Security on Campus

The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault

The Office on Violence Against Women

Victim Rights Law Center