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Every 2 Minutes
Our organization’s name comes from the distressing statistic that,
We are an all-women’s sexual assault awareness and outreach program.
How to join Every Two Minutes/1in4Deadline to apply is Thursday, November 17 by 5 pm. Applications can be found in the right hand column of this page!
Every 2 Minutes Officers for 2011-2012
President – Alicia Hoepfner (AHoepfner@scu.edu)
One in Four
The Department of Justice found that one in every four college-aged
We are a men’s oureach program aimed at educating other men on
For more information, contact:
Alison Bateman, Director, Advisor for One in Four: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us at any time by e-mailing us at email@example.com
Events in which E2M and 1in4 participate at Santa Clara University Events:
Other events in which E2M and 1in4 participate:
Signs and Signals a Friend May Have been Sexually Assaulted
Although it might be intimidating to ask a friend if something is wrong, it is always better to ask than ignore the problem. Even if it’s not because of a sexual assault, your friend probably has something he or she needs to talk about.
How to Help a Friend who has been Sexually Assaulted:
On Campus Support Resources
Cowell Health Center
Office of Student Life
Off Campus Support Resources
Emergency 911 (from a cell phone; program these in now)
Santa Clara Police Department
Valley Medical Center
RAINN allows for the reader to look at statistics about victims, sexual assault numbers, reporting to the police and rapists.
Feminist.com provides 45 statistical facts about violence against women including sexual assault, acquaintance rape and domestic violence as well as others.
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault website provides a complete statistical report for 2008. Scroll down the page to 2008 Research Report and download the study.
The Santa Clara Student Handbook - Section II.U provides SCU’s Sexual Assault Reporting Protocol as well as helpful definitions.
How to Get Involved
What you can do to support the cause:
How to Join Every Two Minutes and 1 in 4: