As an MTSU student, you have the unique opportunity to show your support in a variety of ways. Whether it’s taking the pledge during It’s On Us Week or strutting across campus during Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, show your True Blue spirit by being involved.
#BaeWatch Party - Connection Point Event
Your beach vacation isn’t over yet. Join us for an evening of music, beach volleyball and, best of all, free food!
My Mentality Begins with Me
The entire MTSU Athletic Department is supporting the prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence by wearing teal ribbons. We are all committed to a campus community free of any form of sexual and intimate partner violence. Join us, wear your teal ribbon, and be a Power of One to prevent these types of violence at MTSU. Stopping sexual violence before it occurs begins with ME.
MTSU Consent Week
Understanding consent is an important step to preventing sexual and intimate partner violence in our community. Be a Power of One to ensure that your classmates understand and use consent.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is the international men's march to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender-based violence. Women AND Men will walk a mile across campus in high heels, showing their support for this ongoing challenge.
It’s On Us Week
It's on us to maintain an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable. This international campaign encourages us to take the pledge to be more than a bystander at MTSU.
The Clothesline Project invites students to create unique t-shirts that will be hung at a central campus location. These t-shirts showcase stories of survival, support and encouragement to raise awareness for sexual assault and domestic violence prevention.
Raider Health Corps
RHC is a student organization that hosts health education events for students. Its members plan activities for Alcohol Awareness Week, Sexual Responsibility Week, and other national events. Overall, they promote creating a safer and healthier campus for all. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be involved.
Tina Stewart Campus Nonviolence Fund
University departments or student groups may apply for this fund if they are sponsoring events or educational materials that promote nonviolence on our campus. To apply, visit the Campus Nonviolence website.