The Interpersonal Violence Prevention program, which is housed in the University Counseling Center, serves Binghamton students who have experienced sexual violence, dating or relationship violence, bullying or stalking. We also deliver an array of educational programs throughout campus, as well as in the surrounding community. Additional information on these topics is available on our Resources webpage.
Professional staff provide academic, legal, medical and housing advocacy for survivors around issues of sexual assault, bullying, stalking and relationship violence (emotional, physical and sexual). The Counseling Center, resident directors, University Police, Decker Student Health Services Center and the Crime Victim’s Assistance Center can help you navigate Binghamton University after experiencing any of these or other forms of interpersonal violence. See our Resources webpage for contact information and useful links.
Staff from Interpersonal Violence Prevention can provide informative programs on issues of sexual violence, domestic violence, stalking and bullying for University students, faculty and staff. Call the University Counseling Center at 607-777-2772 for more information or to request training.
Upon request, Interpersonal Violence Prevention staff, Green Dot team members, 20:1 participants, and University Police personnel can provide presentations to residence halls; resident assistants; resident directors; first-year experience classes; and any other group, organization or class interested in learning about sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, bullying and what constitutes “consent.” Presentations are informative and interactive. For more information or to request a presentation, please contact the University Counseling Center at 607-777-2772. You may also wish to contact the University Police and the Green Dot program directly for additional information. See our Resources webpage for contact information and useful links.
Last Updated: 9/18/12