The Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP) provides trainings and workshops, sponsors and co-sponsors events to promote awareness on campus, and engages students to be active participants in sexual and interpersonal violence prevention.
In our prevention work, SARP collaborates with departments and student organizations on campus to foster and promote individual and collective action to reduce sexual and interpersonal violence.
There are so many ways to make a difference on campus. At SARP you can help build awareness about sexual violence and collaborate with other students to prevent it. From requesting a training for your student group to volunteering as a SARP student leader getting involved is something we all can do.
Graduate Students can play an important role in creating safer environments in their community and at Boston University. Through training for student groups, job opportunities, and awareness-raising events there are many ways to get involved. SARP can provide the tools and resources to make a difference.