With so many students wanting to learn self-defense with their friends, we found a way to make that possible—for free! We are offering self-defense workshops for your group or organization and making them free of charge for a limited time. Our empowerment based workshops are designed to equip you with a spectrum of skills to help establish and enforce your boundaries. What are you waiting for? Click the link below to sign up your group.
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Are you looking for a training for your organization or group of friends? The Office of the Dean of Students provides educational programming, trainings, and workshops throughout the year addressing a variety of issues including drug use, sexual assault, partner or domestic violence, harassment, and stalking. We can work with you to create a workshop or presentation that best fits your needs or those of your organization. We have created and adapted trainings for academic courses and departments, student organizations, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Intercollegiate Athletics, Residence Life, graduate students, various orientations, and more.
Contact us to schedule a training.
As part of UO’s comprehensive approach to alcohol education and sexual violence prevention, it is required that all new incoming students complete an online prevention program. Your ability to learn is enhanced when you are a member of a safe and healthy community. Being impacted by behaviors of those who misuse and abuse alcohol or are involved in some form of sexual misconduct can all be significant barriers to academic success. Our goal is to reduce the negative consequences of alcohol misuse and abuse on campus as well as the incidents of unwanted sexual behavior.
International Student Training Videos
The Sexual Violence Prevention and Education team partnered with International Affairs to create educational videos created by, and featuring, student leaders that outline definitions of sexual and dating violence under the University of Oregon Student Conduct Code and Oregon law. These videos provide examples of problematic behaviors, and detail the campus and community resources available to students. They are also intended to introduce international students to the University of Oregon’s expectations for student conduct related to sexual violence and are available in English with Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean subtitles. These videos are currently used in peer mentor training and have been incorporated into the health and safety curriculum for the American English Institute at the UO.
Visit our playlist to see these videos.