Green Dot

Green Dot is the College's bystander intervention program to aid students, staff, and faculty in our efforts to keep our campus safe. You can sign up to be certified in Green Dot and attend a 4-6 hour retreat or attend a 1-hour overview session to become familiar with the program's approach.

SPEAC: Students for Prevention, Education, and Advocacy in the Community

SPEAC is open to all students who want to help our community prevent student sexual misconduct and promote sexual wellbeing. The group works with the College's Title IX team in advancing the College's sexual misconduct prevention awareness, education, and programming as part of the College's comprehensive prevention framework.

Join now by completing this Membership Interest Form!

Centre It's On Us: Alcohol, Bystander Intervention, and Consent

This 1.5 hour workshop uses Centre’s climate survey data and policies to discuss the details of how we can tell if someone is incapacitated, how to help effectively in a party setting, and how to provide support if things go wrong.

Just Talking: Healthy Relationships in the Era of Tinder

With dating apps, snapchat, and hook up culture, it’s no wonder “dating” can feel so confusing.  This workshop considers a variety of modern circumstances—such as ghosting, screenshots, and polyamory—and encourages students to consider what they want and how to advocate for it.

Do You Like That: A Realistic & Intersectional Approach to Consent

Whether it’s asking to borrow a phone charger or asking to have sex, we all know we are supposed to get consent, but don’t always know how to get it or why.  This interactive workshop empowers participants to use their own vocabularies to foster a culture of everyday consent—and have some fun while they’re at it!

Make the Number Zero

This is a prevention-planning workshop that helps students consider risk and protective factors, institutional resources, and measures of success when engaging in student-leadership activities. 

Productive Masculinity

Facilitated by trained faculty and staff, this session acknowledges that all people want to be healthy, happy, and successful, but some face more barriers than others in the process.  Participants will explore how best to support each other through those challenges and live our values as Centre men.

Healthy, Unhealthy, & Abusive Relationships: Know the Difference and Know How to Help

Ask your RA or RD to facilitate this interactive workshop that recognizes the complexities of campus relationships and friendships. 

Thank You, Next: Breaking Up Safely

We talk a lot about healthy relationships, but did you know there are healthy and unhealthy break ups too?  This session explores how to end things like an adult, support a friend through a break up, and manage small-campus awkwardness.

Healthy Communication

This workshop is intended to foil the Productive Masculinity workshop.  It encourages proactive, productive communication, because sometimes the conversations that are the most difficult are the most important. 

The Critical Role of Responsible Employees

Most college employees are considered Responsible Employees, but they may not know why or how to fulfill their obligations. This workshop incorporates skills practice to equip faculty and staff with the knowledge to give compassion, transparency, and institutional readiness to survivors of violence.

Create a Culture of Caring


This session is an overview of the college’s institutional commitment to eradicating all forms of interpersonal violence.  It includes a debrief on the sexual misconduct policy and descriptions of the resources available to students, faculty, and staff

Supporting Survivors



How can you be an ally to someone who has survived sexual violence?

This session equips you with some of the best practices for supporting a student-survivor. It includes education about effective risk management and everyday consent initiatives that are specific to your functional area.

Take Your Best Shot
This workshop explores the negative impact alcohol can have on our health and everyday lives, and how we can establish better relationships with alcohol. The goal is to help students better understand the risks of unhealthy drinking habits, and be able to establish better drinking habits for themselves.

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