Community Program Requests
We are available to facilitate a program or series of programs for your team, office, class, or floor! Violence Prevention has partnered with a number of clubs, teams, classes, and organizations to provide specific educational programs. We have covered topics including healthy relationships, consent, Title IX, relationship health, rape culture, gender identity, and community accountability. Contact email@example.com to set up your next program!
PATH Community And Bystander Accountability
Violence Prevention provides the Regis community with programming to help students develop the skills necessary to safely intervene in possibly risky situations. PATH was specifically designed by Andy Thyrring to suit the needs of Regis community members. Since being introduced in the fall of 2015, Violence Prevention has been asked to facilitate PATH for 8 campus-specific communities as well as 3 greater-Colorado communities!
Before you start your career on campus, it is important to have the skills that can make you successful. As part of efforts to support its community members, Violence Prevention has partnered with the Title IX Coordinator to provide an online training for all incoming students - Not Anymore. This online program provides videos and reflective sections about healthy relationships, communication, and consent. All incoming students are required to complete this program - you'll receive more information when you enroll for classes.
Every month, Violence Prevention invites the campus community to come together and discuss a specific topic over Voodoo Donuts and coffee. Topics range from healthy relationships to the 5 Love Languages. Check our facebook for updates!
It's On Us
Regis has committed to the national campaign to end sexual violence on college campuses. Check out It's On Us for more info!
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Did you know that more than half of services provided by a local, campus-based Denver advocacy center were for dating abuse and domestic violence? And not for sexual assault? Cultivating healthy relationship skills and the ability to recognize red flags is important for college students. Violence Prevention at Regis spends a month-long campaign providing support to our community in October as part of DV Awareness Month.
In February, Violence Prevention partners with the Denver community as well as campus offices and groups to put on VDay. VDay is a national and global movement that aims to bring an end to gender-based violence. VDay also celebrates stories of empowerment and allyship, as well as community engagement through fundraising and donations to a Denver non-profit. Coming together as a community is important to building solidarity and support, and it is also important to enhancing our understanding of the realities many people in our community face. Join us for VDay 2016 in February!
Denim Day and Project Denim (part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month)
As part of April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming, Violence Prevention works with the Office of Counseling and Personal Development (among many others!) to put on Project Denim and Denim Day. Project Denim is becoming a Regis staple, where teams of students compete in a fashion show with outfits made completely of donated denim to raise awareness for Denim Day. Later in April, the Denim Day Consent Carnival brings together campus partners and community organizations to educate the Regis community. It's a Spring carnival event!