The Saint Mary's College community is committed to providing broad-based educational programs to address and prevent the occurrence of sexual assault/sexual misconduct.

Some of the educational and prevention-oriented efforts provided by the College include:

  1. The Women's Resource Center, Counseling Center, Campus Ministry Center, Health and Wellness Center and others provide support services to those who have been involved in incidents of sexual assault or sexual misconduct, and other forms of gender violence.
  2. Mandatory programs addressing sexual assault or sexual misconduct, alcohol and other drug use, and other forms of gender violence are held in the residence halls.
  3. Campus-wide programs are offered throughout the year in conjunction with the Women's Resource Center, the Health and Wellness Center, the Counseling Center, Residence Life, and the Department of Athletics to address sexual assault or sexual misconduct, alcohol and other drug use, and other forms of gender violence.
  4. The Women's Resource Center works with students, faculty and staff to educate the campus community and to raise awareness regarding the risks and the consequences of sexual assault or sexual misconduct, harassment and other forms of gender violence.
  5. Specific programs are held during orientation and week of welcome addressing sexual assault or sexual misconduct, alcohol and other drug use, other forms of gender violence, College policy and the student discipline process.
  6. A sexual assault awareness campaign is sponsored during the first semester which addresses risks, statistics, safety, alcohol and other drugs, issue awareness (i.e. masculinity, victim-blaming, rape culture), on- and off-campus resources, what men can do, and policy and legal definitions
  7. The Women's Resource Center has a peer education team that provides interactive, educational programming throughout the year in residence halls and classrooms.
  8. Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October), V-Day International Campaign, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April) feature active and passive elements aimed at raising awareness and addressing issues related to sexual assault or sexual misconduct, alcohol and other drug use, and other forms gender violence.
  9. Brochures, bulletin board displays, and web information relating to sexual assault or sexual misconduct, alcohol and other drug use, and other forms gender violence are available.
  10. The Women's Resource Center hosts self defense workshops for female students twice per semester. 
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Moraga, CA 94575
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