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SAPEC utilizes the Social Ecological Model in its approach to sexual violence prevention, focusing prevention efforts at the individual, relationship, community, and society levels. These efforts would not be possible without taking a community-based approach to education. For this reason, SAPEC is always looking for undergraduate students, graduate students, campus administrators, community members, and faculty that would like to assist in the efforts to end sexual violence within the University of Kansas community. 


Peer Education Program

The Peer Education Program is a student-based SAPEC volunteer program that works to educate the campus community on the issue of sexual violence. Peer educators provide educational workshops on the issues of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and stalking to the University of Kansas community. Peer educators are trained to educate, facilitate discussions, and provide resources for students in classrooms, fraternities and sororities, residence halls, and student organizations and clubs. The goal of this program is to increase awareness and knowledge of issues related to sexual violence. Each of our workshops can be presented either as interactive, small-group discussions or as lecture-style, PowerPoint presentations that may be better suited for larger groups.

If you would like to learn more about the SAPEC Peer Education program, please visit or contact our office or:

Complete a SAPEC Peer Education Application


Campus/Community Partner Education Program

The Campus/Community Partner Education Program is a volunteer program for campus professionals, faculty members, graduate students, and community members that works to educate the campus community on the issues of sexual violence. Campus/community partners are trained to educate, facilitate discussions, and provide resources for students in open and groups sessions. Volunteers also serve as allies in campus/community efforts to combat rape culture, sexual violence, and all forms of violence in the the assisting with other events, initiatives, and programs at the University of Kansas community. Please note, Safe Zone training is a prerequisite for eligibility for the Campus/Community Partner Education Program.

If you would like to learn more about the SAPEC Campus/Community Partner Education program, please visit or contact our office or:

Complete a SAPEC Volunteer Application


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