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Events & Trainings

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Engaging New Voices


Consent Is ________ Workshop

Tuesday, April 25th at 1p & 5p

Center for Workforce Development (WD) 402

Interactive workshop designed to enhance your knowledge of what is and is not consent. Food and prizes available. 

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Resource Fair

Thursday, April 27th from 11a-1p

Nestor Hall West Lounge

Explore all of the resources available to you as a student at CSCC that may be able to help if you or someone you know has experienced violence.




October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Do you know the warning signs? Where can you or a loved one go for support? In the U.S., an average of 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner EVERY MINUTE. Domestic Violence spans communities and identities and impacts us all. Together we can make a change. Look for upcoming events for ways to be involved in spreading awareness and stopping the violence.

If you or someone you know is impacted by Domestic Violence, CSCC offers Victim Advocacy for all students, staff, and faculty. They can be reached at 614-287-5979 or by email at

Victim Advocates will be on the courtyard* with more information on October 11, 12, 17, 18, 27, & 28 from 11a until 1p.

*Rain location is Delaware Hall

Visit for resources, information, and other opportunities to help put an END TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


Tuesday, Oct 11
2 pm & 6 pm
Union Hall 143

This workshop focuses on tips for building healthy relationships during that process. Whether you have been out for years or just beginning the journey, this is an opportunity for dialogue and connection.



Wednesday, Oct 19
3 pm
Library Media Room

Join us for viewing and discussing short films that bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence. To submit recommendations for videos to watch, email them to


Thursday, Oct 27
5 pm
Union Hall 143

This new, monthly series focuses on taking time out of your day to practice self-love, healing, and self-care. We encourage survivors of domestic violence, stalking, harassment, and assault to take advantage of these series and this is open to all students. This month's focus will be using art to creatively heal.








Interested in learning more? Want to collaborate with the Victim Advocates?

We are available for presentations (custom tailored to your groups' needs) that can cover a wide range of topics. From the basics of advocacy and our services, to how intersections of identity impact rates of gender-based violence. BroCode to rape culture to bystander intervention tips.

To request a training or learn more about opportunities for collaboration please email the victim advocates at