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Knights Ending Sexual Violence

SNC is participating in NASPA’s Culture of Respect Collective, a two-year program that will guide the college through rigorous self-assessment and targeted organizational change. At this time, we have completed the below components and are awaiting final feedback from NASPA.

Timeline and Main Components (visual)

  • Commit to working in the Collective - Winter 2020
  • Kick off participation  - Jan - March 2021
  • CORE Evaluation - Summer 2021
  • Work on organizational change- Fall 2021 - Fall 2022
  • Re-administer the CORE evaluation - November 2022

A Campus Leadership Team (CLT) was formed to help with the self assessment (CORE Evaluation) and with the organizational change phase of the work. Members of the college at all levels (undergraduate students and employees) are involved in efforts throughout this program.

If you want to learn more about our involvement in the Collective, please reach out to Sarah Olejniczak at sarah.olejniczak@snc.edu or 403-3018.

The Self Assessment

The self evaluation, or CORE Evaluation, is the self assessment tool that SNC used to assess our efforts in response to, and prevention of, sexual violence on campus. The Campus Leadership Team began work on the self assessment in March 2021. 

Learning About the State of the FIeld from the Data

More on Culture of Respect

Review some of the materials provided to us that will help explain more about NASPA and the Culture of Respect. In addition to the below, you can visit https://naspa.org/resources. 

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