Stand Together

A Culture of Consent

Violence prevention is a single choice in a single moment that makes our campus safer.

Washburn University prohibits the crimes of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, as well as sex discimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence of all types in its Non-Discrimination Policy. Sex discrimination and these crimes are prohibited in all educational opportunities including, but not limited to, admissions, recruitment, extracurricular programs and activities, counseling and testing, financial aid, health services, and employment. The policy applies to all University sponsored programs or activities, whether beahvior occurs on or off campus if the conduct adversely impacts and individual's equal educational or employment opportunity on campus, or the conduct poses an imminent or continuing threat to the safety of the University community. All individuals must be allowed to pursue their activities at the University free from sexual harassment, unwelcome sexual advances, sexual violence, and violent crimes. The University is committed to addressing these complaints and remedying a hostile environment. For more information on Washburn University's policies, explore the links on the right under "Related Links".

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January

Stalking Awareness Month

February

Dating Violence Awareness Month

April

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

  • Denim Day

October

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • Take Back the Night
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