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Office of Compliance continues campaign to reduce stalking and intimate partner violence

Student News | Wednesday, April 11, 2018

We may think we know what relationship abuse looks like, but we often miss the warning signs of unhealthy relationships because we think certain behaviors are normal or harmless.

As spring finally arrives, you’ll see new yellow-and black-lawn signs around the Columbus and Delaware campuses and Regional Learning Centers. These signs give examples of unhealthy and healthy behaviors in romantic relationships, and encourage everyone to think about the relationships in their lives and in the lives of their friends, family, students and coworkers.

The Office of Compliance created the series to help empower those who may be facing these harmful situations in their intimate relationships to seek help and to encourage others to offer support. These signs are another part of our year-long Know it. Name it. STOP IT! Awareness campaign, which supports the College’s mission of creating a safe and productive learning and working environment for everyone.

If you are concerned about a situation or relationship in your life, you can always contact the Office of Compliance at 614-287-5519.


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