Additional Resources

The University kicked off a communications campaign in April in conjunction with national Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. The campaign brings attention to the fact that sexual assault is a crime -- as well as a crime of opportunity. The campaign features three posters, each with a thought-provoking phrase and providing tips about preventing sexual assault, either as a potential victim or a potential perpetrator. The messages are intended to remind individuals of the important role everyone plays in his or her own personal safety. The posters were displayed around campus and at businesses along campus-area streets. 

A copy of the posters follows:

Sexual assault poster 1

Sexual assault poster 2: I didn't hear yes and should have stopped

Sexual assault poster 3: I thought it was okay to leave together even though we just met

Can I print the posters?

Yes! You can download a printable PDF that includes all three posters.

Is help always available?

Yes -- If you would like to speak to a SAP advocate, call our crisis line at 740-597-SAFE (7233).

Information about local, state, and national resources is available here. This will include specific organizations and their contact information. Below is a list of general options for survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

Please note that on weekdays after 5pm and weekends this phone number is our acting crisis hotline. If you are contacting SAP for general questions and are not in need of an immediate advocate, please call Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm or email

Sexual Assult