The Student Advisory Board (SAB) is housed in the Center for Health Education & Wellness and tasked with reviewing programs, policies, and communication regarding sexual violence prevention on campus. The SAB seeks to have broad representation across campus.
The Center for Health Education & Wellness and Office of Title IX select students to serve based on expressed interest and/or recommendations from faculty, staff, and the campus community. SAB members must, at minimum:
- attend 4-hour annual training,
- attend 4 one-hour SAB meetings per semester, promote and participate in at least two CHEW sexual violence prevention activities/semester, and
- share information from the SAB back to respective groups/student organizations.
Applications are currently closed.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SAB was launched as part of a federal grant from the Office on Violence Against Women to reduce sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking on campus.