EverFi is an online sexual violence prevention training. It provides information about creating healthy relationships; the importance of obtaining consent in sexual situations; ways students can help foster a safe, positive campus environment; and Western’s policies, resources, and reporting options regarding sexual violence. This training is available to all Western students, but is a mandatory requirement of all new matriculated students (new freshman, transfer, and graduate students) and second year students, whether they are full-time or a member of an established cohort in which they take classes less than full-time. For more information, access to the training, and answers to frequently asked questions, please visit the Required Training page of the Prevention and Wellness Services website.
Consultation and Sexual Assault Support (CASAS) provides support for students who are survivors of, or know a survivor of, violence. CASAS Peer Health Educators and CASAS staff are available to present information about violence prevention, bystander intervention, CASAS advocacy or tailor prevention trainings upon request.
Call Deidre Evans, Prevention Specialist/CASAS Coordinator, 360.650.7982 for more information.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360.650.3307
The Equal Opportunity Office and Title IX Coordinator provide trainings for student groups, and speak in classes, about students’ Title IX rights and responsibilities regarding sexual misconduct. These trainings and discussions review the laws and university policies that protect students from sexual misconduct, explore the types of behaviors that constitute sexual harassment and sexual violence, and discuss resources and reporting options for students who experience sexual misconduct.