80% of UNC first-years say they'd take action if someone was being taken advantage of sexually
No one should suffer from sexual or interpersonal violence, ever. At Student Wellness we focus on prevention and creating awareness that helps reduce initial perpetration or victimization.
Violence happens by and to people of all socioeconomic statuses, races, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, abilities, and gender expressions. Most commonly, research indicates it's men perpetrating violence on women or transgender people, yet it also occurs between same genders and by women in heterosexual relationships. And folks who are marginalized are more likely to experience violence.
At UNC-Chapel Hill, we focus on the primary prevention of sexual violence and interpersonal violence, or approaches that take place before violence has occurred to prevent initial perpetration or victimization.
Every person on campus plays a role in creating change to end violence, discrimination and harassment. Do your part. Help us create change.
UNC-Chapel Hill participated in the AAU Campus Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct in April 2015, and our results are posted on the safe.unc.edu website. At Student Wellness our focus is on addressing the issues which affect Tar Heels the most: