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Green Dot for Students

You can make our campus a safer place for all. Did you know that according to a student survey conducted in 2009, approximately 1 in 4 of all ARCC students have experienced Sexual Assault in their lifetime (27.9% females, 10.5% males). More than 1 in 3 of our students of our students have experienced Domestic Violence in their lifetime (39.2% females, 24.3% males)?


How can you make a difference?

You don’t have to do all the Green Dots listed below, but you have to do some.  Look for Green Dots where your skill, interest, passion and opportunity intersect.  This is where you can have the biggest impact!


  • Sign up for the Green Dot Training for Students 
  • Arrange to have a Green Dot presentation for your Student Organization, Athletic Team or Student Club
  •  Put “ending power-based personal violence” on your Facebook “what’s on your mind” window 
  • Make Power-Based Personal Violence a topic of a paper or speech you have to do for a class 
  • Make a donation or volunteer at a local rape crisis center or domestic violence shelter 
  • Find out how Art & Activism works to end violence (google it) 
  • Add a “Green Dot Supporter” statement on your Facebook profile 
  •  Discuss with friends and family a situation portrayed on television that might support a culture of Power-Based Personal Violence and explain why it upsets you