UNT Survivor Advocate facilitates prevention programming and education, and raises awareness about the issues of sexual and relational violence on campus. Available topics for presentation include boundaries, healthy relationships, consent, resources on campus, Title IX, and more.

Want to host an event with us or have us present to your organization? We'd love to collaborate with you! Email us at SurvivorAdvocate@unt.edu.

VolUNTary Consent

Check out our VolUNTary Consent Campaign! The consent campaign is a movement within the UNT community to spread awareness about what consent looks and sounds like. VolUNTary consent is sexy and is required prior to all sexual activity. 

It's On Us

It's On Us is a national movement to end sexual assault which launched in September 2014, following recommendations from the White House Task Force that noted the importance of engaging everyone in the conversation to end sexual violence. The campaign works with 95 partners and students on over 500 campuses. Close to 300,000 people have taken the pledge to create a culture of consent, bystander intervention and survivor support. Join the movement by taking the pledge.

UNT also has a student chapter of It's On Us. Contact them through Twitter, OrgSync or email ItsOnUsUNT@gmail.com

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Green Dot

Green Dot is a national program which focuses on the productive power of bystanders, or those who witness acts of power-based violence between others. Green Dot's goal is to prepare faculty, staff and students to implement a strategy of violence prevention that reduces power-based personal violence, which includes sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, and bullying.

To request a bystander training or overview talk for your department, student organization or other group, please contact the Dean of Student's office at 940-565-2648 or at SurvivorAdvocate@unt.edu.

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What are Green Dots?

A green dot is any choice, behavior, word or attitude that promotes safety for everyone and communicates utter intolerance for power based personal violence in our University of North Texas community. A green dot is anything you do to make our community safer. Green dots are divided into two categories: proactive and reactive. Proactive green dots are things people can do to prevent power-based personal violence from happening; reactive green dots are things people can do to intervene in a red dot situation.

Our purpose is to build a community equipped to intervene in these red dot incidents to create a campus map full of green dots, full of proactive moments that declare we will not accept power-based personal violence.

Though no one can do everything to reduce violence on campus, everyone can do something, and everyone is expected to do their part.