Following a string of sexual assault incidents reported on campus, the Class of 2017 will be the first to participate in a workshop on consent and healthy sexual relationships during Orientation Week this August.
In the wake of reports of sexual assault on and near campus last semester, Gannett Health Services will provide a 10-week sexual assault support program for women this semester. The support group, which was also offered several years ago, will be open to undergraduate, graduate and professional students at Cornell starting Feb. 12.
In the wake of student criticism of a lack of centralized resources for victims of sexual assault at Cornell, the University recently launched a website to provide access to information about sexual assault and support to people who might need it.
Students Against the Sexual Solicitation of Youth — a student group dedicated to raising awareness of the commercial sexual exploitation of children — will co-host a conference on the issuesin rural areas of the United States at Cornell in April.