Asking about gender-based violence on your college visit
Statistics show that 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted on campus, with rates even higher for LGBTQ students. {LINK TO WEBPAGE}

College visits present a unique opportunity to get honest feedback about aspects of college life that aren’t covered in college guides. Many students and their families assume that colleges will be safe, and that if a student is a victim of violence on a college campus, the school administration would go above and beyond to ensure that they receive the support they require.

Equipped with the right questions, YOU can get a look behind the curtain and get the information you need to make an informed college decision. What’s more–by asking these questions, you are holding the administration accountable and in the process–motivating them to do better.

Name of college/university
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What did you learn about the way sexual assault has been handled on this campus?
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What was the most important question/response you heard?
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Were you aware of the prevalence of sexual assault on college campuses before coming across Breakthrough's resource?
What was the biggest red flag or the most common complaint from students?
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Are you satisfied with how this campus is addressing gender-based violence?
Is this issue a factor in deciding where you or your child will attend?
Is there anything else that should be noted about your visit as it pertains to responses to sexual and gender-based violence?
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