Mandated Sexual Violence Education

Counseling and Disability Services provides Sexual Violence Education services for students who are required to complete educational sanctions from the Office of Student Conduct for violations of Section 4 of the Student Code of Conduct related to sexual violence.

The Sexual Violence Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual violence through the utilization of structured assessment, educational, and confidential counseling components. The following topics are addressed within the program to educate students and increase awareness of University requirements and supportive resources to prevention occurrences of sexual violence:

  • Title IX
  • Sexual Violence
    • Sexual Assault
    • Dating Violence
    • Domestic Violence
    • Stalking
  • Effective Consent
  • Incapacitation
  • Healthy Relationships

The goal of Sexual Violence Education is to prevent occurrences of sexual violence by effectively educating students on the requirements for obtaining effective consent, incapacitation, healthy communication within interpersonal relationships, and University Code of Conduct rights, definitions, and procedures related to sexual violence.

Contact

573.986.6191
SAPE@semo.edu

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Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701