Required for All New Students
New Student EverFi Online Training
All new Jayhawks must complete the EverFi online training. Starting on August 24th, 2020, check your KU email for a program invitation or use this link to access the program:
Required for Some Students
Leadership Studies 301, or LDST 301, is a required course for all first year students who are:
- Sorority New Members (Panhellenic Association Only)
- Fraternity New Members (Interfraternity Council Only)
Bystander Intervention Training
In Fall 2020, SAPEC's bystander intervention training will be a part of UNIV 101 and LDST 301 classes. If your student organization would like to request a bystander training session, you can request one here.
More Info for New Jayhawks
For Survivors at KU
Whether you experienced sexual violence or abuse before you came to KU or while you were a student here, you are not alone. Some students find that major life shifts, like starting college, can bring up difficult emotions about past experiences. We want you to know that when it comes to SAPEC trainings and programming at KU, you are in control. All of our required programs have alternative options available.
Merrill Evans, our campus Care Coordinator, is a social worker and confidential resource. To access an alternative option for a SAPEC program and/or to learn more about support and resources on campus, you can contact Merrill at firstname.lastname@example.org or (785) 864-9255.
For more information about resources for survivors at KU and in the Lawrence community, see below or visit sapec.ku.edu/resources.
No student should ever experience any type of sexual violence.
Sadly, 1 in 5 female, 1 in 16 male, and 1 in 2 transgender students are sexually assaulted while in college. (NSVRC) Some students also experience other forms of sexual violence, such as sexual harassment or stalking.
If you or someone you know experiences any form of sexual violence or harassment while you are a student at KU, or if you need support due to an experience you had before you became a KU student, please reach out to one of the resources listed below. You don’t have to go through this alone.
For confidential support at KU: CARE Coordinator: 785-864-9255
To make a report at KU: Title IX Coordinator: 785-864-6414
For 24/7 confidential support based in the Lawrence community: (785) 843-8985
You can find a full list of support resources on campus and in the Lawrence community here.
Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access (IOA)
Student Conduct and Community Standards
KU Public Safety Office
Minors on Campus