Calvin's Sexual Assault Prevention Team works to end rape, sexual assault, and harassment by educating for change in attitudes and behaviors and by equipping compassionate and knowledgeable responders. Click here to read more »
What Should I do if I am Sexually Assaulted?
How to Help a Friend Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted
Myths and Facts - Some common misconceptions—and correponding truths—about sexual assault.
Men & Sexual Assault - Sexual assault happens to men as well as to women. Some studies point to 5-10% of sexual assaults in the US to involve male victims. You are not alone. There is help for you.
Calvin College prohibits sexually violent acts, termed “Sexual Misconduct” by the Calvin College student conduct code. Sexual misconduct is a broad category of sexual offenses which includes non-consensual sexual intercourse, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual exploitation, interpersonal relationship violence, sex/gender-based stalking and sexual harassment. For related Calvin specific policies, procedures, and reports follow the links below.