The Sexual Violence Prevention Office is working a hybrid schedule with on-campus availability Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and remote availability Thursdays and Fridays, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For medical emergencies, call 911 or the YWCA's 24/7 hotline at 410-222-6800 to receive help with social, emotional, residential and resource needs for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
We recognize our responsibility to not only support the survivors in our community, but to change the culture and prevent violence altogether. Made possible by the Office of Violence Against Women 2018 Campus Grant to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking, the college prioritizes the need to provide a safe and supportive environment for students. Our office is dedicated to providing educational opportunities and resources for survivors, and ensuring a trauma-informed response to reports of sexual and/or interpersonal violence.
Our office is committed to educating our community with regular activities and a variety of programs. Learn more about what we offer and our resources below.
In-class Presentations and Workshops:
On- and off-campus resources including confidential support:
Guides for survivors:
Accessible via MyAACC, Katie’s Corner is a section within the Virtual Health & Wellness Center that is dedicated to sexual violence prevention and the promotion of healthy relationships. Provided by AACC's sexual violence prevention project director, students can schedule one-on-one meetings, access educational materials, past presentations, self-paced workshops, interactive quizzes and local resources.
To access the Virtual Health & Wellness Center, log into MyAACC and navigate to the Quick Links section on the left-hand side of the page.
The Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Response Course (SPARC) is a free, self-paced course located within Canvas. Designed to be an introductory course, SPARC Go+ builds the skills necessary to prevent sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking. All members of the campus community are encouraged to enroll in the course to promote a culture of prevention and survivor support.
The course includes three modules:
Includes information on consent, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking
Includes on- and off-campus resources, national resources and campus policies
Includes information on bystander intervention and changing the culture
To access the course, you can:
For information reach out to the sexual violence prevention project director at firstname.lastname@example.org.