Dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking are common forms of powerbased interpersonal violence. They are as serious a problem on college campuses, as they are in the larger community. Victims on college and university campuses, unlike their counterparts in the larger community, often face additional challenges in a “closed” campus environment. A victim may continue to live in danger if the perpetrator resides in the same dormitory or attends the same classes. See Advocating for Students for more information on how to help your students.
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