* 1 in 5 college women experience sexual assault prior to graduation.
* 13% of college students report being stalked in the past year.
* 32% of students report dating violence by a previous partner.
* 30 campus and community partners are working to change it through the EVOC initiative.
The purpose of this survey is to solicit information about how to best serve student survivors of stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or sexual assault.
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UHS End Violence on Campus (EVOC) provides free victim advocacy and confidential support to student victim/survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and /or stalking.
If you or someone you know needs help after a sexual assault because of an abusive partner, UW-Madison and its community partners offer help to those in need.
Tonight is an online program for all first-year students. This program addresses sexual assault, dating violence, and consent, “Tonight” both empowers you to make decisions that keep you safe and provides concrete solutions to sticky situations. Additionally, you’ll learn about all of the resources available on campus and in the greater Madison area dedicated to helping victims, holding perpetrators accountable, and preventing violence. If you are a first year student, click here to log on. If you would like more information about the program, click here. All first-year and transfer students must complete Tonight before they can register for Spring 2015 classes.