Student Counseling Center - Awareness and Prevention

Reducing Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, & Stalking Campus Program Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (DOJ,OVW) Grant Update


  1. Create an active coordinated community response to violence against women on campus
  2. Establish a mandatory prevention and education program for all incoming freshman and transfer students
  3. Train all HUPD sworn officers and security personnel to respond to sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking cases
  4. Train campus judicial boards that adjudicate sexual assault, gender-based violence and stalking
  5. Enhance campus safety through new equipment installations

Mandated Target Populations:

  • All new first year and transfer students
  • Also of special interest: Athletes, Greek Organizations, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) students

The Office of Violence Against Women Grant is also known as "HU AWARE."

Incoming freshman and transfer students are required to take an on-line prevention education course called Haven. View/download the Haven Parent Letter »

HU AWARE Student Advocates will play a major role in coordinating sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking prevention events. Student Advocates will also partner and collaborate with other organizations on campus in a joint effort to heighten awareness.

The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors, Inc. and Transitions Family Violence Services have collaborated to create an education curriculum that will be dispersed throughout the academic year.

Releasing a Campus Climate Survey to the student body.

“Confronting the Reality of Sexual Assault on the College Campus.”

The Student Counseling Center, 2nd Floor Armstrong Slater, 757-727-5617
The Student Health Center, 55 East Tyler Street, 757-727-5315
The Office of the University Chaplain, 100 Clark Hall, 757-727-5340

To File a Report:
Hampton University Police 757-727-5300 for all forms of violence.
Office of the Title IX Coordinator 757-727-5493 for sexual assault.

For further information call 757-727-5617.

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