Welcome to Campus for Consent!
Campus for Consent (previously Eyes Wide Open) is currently rebranding! Meeting times and dates will be posted closer to the Fall Semester and we will be at Campus Life Night!
We are sexual assault and consent peer educators at Grand Valley State University who advocate for a safe campus free of sexual assault. We conduct educational presentations for classes and various campus organizations, and host programs such as Take Back the Night, the Clothesline Project, and Sexual Assault Awareness Week.
Visit our Facebook page for more information and updates @CampusforConsent
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We are an impassioned group of sexual assault and consent peer educators at Grand Valley State University who advocate for a safe campus free of sexual assault. We give educational presentations for classes and various campus organizations, and host programs such as Take Back the Night and Sexual Assault Awareness Week. Everyone is welcome to join!
Service & Advocacy
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Service & Advocacy
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The purpose of this organization is to educate students, faculty, staff, and the community about the multiple facets of sexual assault and the available resources for victim/survivors of sexual assault on and off campus. We intend to provide a safe forum for discussion and education. We aim to offer campus-wide outreach to all and to be as inclusive as possible by acknowledging that sexual assault can happen to any persons.
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