SARU Fall 2016 Application
Thank you for your interest in SARU. The Sexual Assault Resource Unit (SARU) is a student-run group dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence in the Johns Hopkins community. We operate a crisis hotline (410-516-7887) and host awareness events throughout the semester with the intention of creating a more caring campus.

If you are interested in joining, please respond to the following questions. If you feel unable to do so, please explain why in 1-2 sentences. Please be aware that section 2 of this application (the Sexual Assault Attitudes Survey) contains detailed questions pertaining to rape and sexual assault.

The deadline for application submissions is Saturday, September 17th at 11:59pm. If you have questions about submitting your application, please email co-directors Christine and Saakshi at If you are accepted, the first general body meeting will be Tuesday, September 20th, from 8-9pm.

Campus Resources

SARU's 24/7 Peer Crisis Support Hotline:
(410) 516-7887

JHU HelpLine (operated by professional counselors):

JHU Counseling Center:
3003 N. Charles St., Suite S-200
Baltimore, Maryland 21218

University Sexual Assault Policies

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Full name *
Preferred Name (if different from full name)
How you would like other people to refer to you in the third person, i.e. "she/her" or "they/them"
Expected Graduation (Month/Year) *
E-mail *
Part 1. Short Answer
Please answer the following questions. Please keep your answers as concise as possible.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you want to join SARU. *
SARU general body members attend weekly meetings (Tuesdays 8-9pm) and take an active role in planning and volunteering at events throughout the year. Are there any reasons you may not be able to make this commitment? *
This will not necessarily affect the status of your application.
SARU's main goal is to provide survivors with the resources that they need to feel supported and heal. We run a 24/7 hotline for survivors of sexual assault, staffed by student members trained in crisis intervention and empathetic listening. Not all SARU members choose to operate the hotline, there are many other ways in which you can support survivors on campus. *
Please indicate your interest below
If you overheard another SARU member saying something you perceive as hurtful or harmful, what would you do? *
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