For College Students

For College Students


Consent 101

Intervene
Produced by the Skorton Center for Health Initiatives, a unit within Cornell Health at Cornell University, in collaboration with the Cornell Interactive Theater Ensemble, Intervene uses brief scenarios to demonstrate ways in which student bystanders can successfully intervene in problematic situations. Seven different situations are addressed, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence (emotional abuse), hazing, an alcohol emergency, emotional distress, and bias. The video is intended to be used with students who already have some exposure to the college social environment, and is not intended to be used during new student orientation. A facilitator discussion guide and the results of a randomized control trial evaluation are also provided on the program web site.

Going to College: What Families Need to Know About Sexual Assault and Safety on Campus

Facts Everyone should know about Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence & Stalking

Truth about False Accusations Visualization

How do Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Intersect?

What is Stalking?

Good Faith Reporting by Bystanders

Students’ Bill of Rights

A Plain Language Explanation of Distinctions between the New York State Penal Law and the College Disciplinary Processes


Tea Consent (Clean)
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Original Video

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