What is the Subcommittee & what do they do?

During the 2020 Spring semester, the Sexual Violence Awareness (SeVA) Subcommittee that functions under the Committee on Student Life will meet every Friday from 12:30pm-1:30pm in the PAC 1.

The Subcommittee on Sexual Violence Awareness is an open subcommittee that encourages the participation of all members of the SLC community, including faculty, staff, and students to voice concerns and enact change about campus attitudes towards Title IX and sexual violence. The subcommittee also supports educational and programming initiatives in conjunction with the SeVA Programming Board. All community members who wish to weigh are welcome to join us!

The Sexual Violence Awareness (SeVA) Programming Board at Sarah Lawrence College is committed to engaging the community in a culture of respect and open conversation around the issues of sexual violence and the Title IX process. Operating under the guidance of the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and the SeVA Graduate Assistant, the SeVA Board will take an active role in risk reduction and primary prevention/awareness programs focused on advocacy, respect, and education. The group is open to all students and strives to be representative of the diverse and inclusive SLC community.

Applications to become a member of the 2020-2021 SeVA Programming Board are open from April 6th, 2020-April 22nd, 2020. To apply, click here: SeVA Programming Board Application.

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Westchester Community Opportunity Programs, Inc. -- Victims Assistance Services (VAS) will be hosting an event honoring survivors of crime who made art that reflects the crime's impact on their life, family, and community during National Crime Victims' Rights Week (April 19-25, 2020). 

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This year, the goal of the New York State Campus Consent Consortium (NYSCCC) is to focus on building connections and community with student activists. The have a call for their Student Working Group. To sign up, click here.

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