Our Focus

To many, health and safety challenges including sexual assault and high-risk drinking on campus may seem intractable. The Campus Prevention Network is committed to changing that narrative through the mission of supporting colleges and universities in driving lasting, large-scale change. By providing innovative research, proven and promising prevention strategies, and opportunities to engage and benefit from the collective wisdom of peers, the Campus Prevention Network is uniquely positioned to help campuses make breakthrough progress on the critical health and safety issues impacting the lives of our students, staff, and faculty.

Sexual Assault
Sexual and relationship violence prevention is one of the most urgent, important, and challenging issues facing colleges and universities.

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Alcohol & Other Drugs
Empowering students to make healthy and informed choices about substance use is critical to the health and safety of campus communities.

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Legislation & Compliance
Meeting state and federal requirements is essential, but meaningful prevention work occurs when the letter and spirit of the law intersect.

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Wellness & Mental Health
Mental health and wellness are central to student success and the overlapping health and safety challenges facing higher education institutions.

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  • Competitive Drinking? Exploring Substance Use Among Intramural Athletes

    Recently, Holly Rider-Milkovich authored a piece titled Training Athletes? Remember Intramural Sports. In it, she discussed the specific needs and experiences of intramural athlete ...

  • Research Dollars & Reputational Damage: The Institutional Costs of Faculty Sexual Harassment

    Survivors’ stories reveal the human costs — physical, emotional, and economic — of sexual harassment. When the perpetrators are faculty and mentors in the sciences, those ...

  • Sexual Assault Leads to Lost Revenue When Students Transfer

    Do you know how many students transfer out of your institution after experiencing sexual assault? If 37.2% of college students transfer at least once within six years, how much of ...

  • How Should Colleges Say “I’m Sorry?”

    Apologies are definitely in the air. It’s as though the #metoo movement has sprinkled magic contrition dust across the media landscape, with a new apology blossoming in the wake ...

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Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events
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October 27, 2017
Fall North Carolina Campus Consortium Meeting

EVERFI's Holly Rider-Milkovich, Director of Prevention Education  will be doing the keynote sessio

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October 28, 2017
Southern Association for College Student Affairs conference

This years Southern Association for College Student Affairs conference with NASPA Region III will b

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