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Sexual Violence Advocacy and Education

Sexual Violence Advocacy & Education


Sexual Violence Advocacy & Education services are available for faculty, staff and students. To schedule an in-person or virtual appointment with a CSUSM Advocate, please email or call 760-750-4912. To talk with someone after hours, please call 24/7 Center for Community Solutions Crisis Line at 888-385-4657. Please check our community resource list. 

Sexual Violence Advocacy & Education Brochure

Advocacy Services Packet

The Sexual Violence Advocacy & Education staff are committed to ending all forms of violence and continuing to work towards dismantling systems of oppression within our community. We are dedicated to ending the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW) and girls. 

We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Luiseño/Payómkawichum people. Today, the meeting place of CSUSM and its surrounding areas is still home to the six federally recognized bands of the LaJolla, Pala, Pauma, Pechanga, Rincon, Soboba, Luiseño/Payómkawichum people.

It is also important to acknowledge that this land remains the shared space among the Kuupangaxwichem/Cupeñoand Kumeyaay and Ipai peoples. Please visit The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center to learn more. 

Meet the Sexual Violence Advocates and Prevention Educators

For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact the advocate below. They are located in the Student Health and Counseling Services Building adjacent to the parking structure and across from the University Student Union. 

Sexual Violence Advocacy & Education Trends

Advocacy Services

Advocacy services from 2015-2022

Types of Harm

  • stalking
  • sexual harassment
  • dating/domestic violence
  • childhood sexual trauma
  • sexual assault
  • rape
  • digital abuse

Types of Services

  • academic advocacy
  • appointment accompaniment
  • coping skills
  • safety planning
  • resource referrals
  • support group
Advocates & educators on staff

Serving CSUSM students, faculty, staff, and loved ones


Prevention Education

  • 60-100 events, trainings, and workshops held each year
  • Engaging thousands of CSUSM students and employees
  • Facilitated by sexual violence staff and Peer Educators

Key Topics

  • Affirmative Consent
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Un/Healthy Relationships
  • Technology & Safety
  • Intersectionality of Violence
  • Healthy Masculinity

Results of Participation in a Preventation Education Program

are aware of the different types of sexual violence

can identify at least one way to confront sexual violence

are confident in their ability to practice affirmative consent


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