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Sexual Assault and Violence Education (S.A.V.E.) - Columbus State University

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Sexual Assault and Violence Education (S.A.V.E.)

The SAVE task force is charged with increasing the level of awareness of sexual violence and providing programs that inform members of the campus community about sexual assault, risk factors, and risk reduction measures. SAVE invites all members of the University to be proactive in working to end sexual violence.

For more information and to file a report of sexual violence with the University contact:

Title IX Coordinator:
Sarah Secoy
Title IX Compliance Coordinator
Schuster Student Success Center 110
Phone: 706-507-8757
Fax: 706-507-8775

If you would like confidential assistance, students can contact the Student Counseling Center at 706-507-8740 and employees can contact the EAP at 706-649-6500 or 844-243-4440.

Title IX Deputy Coordinators: Craig Burgess at 706-507-8234,

It's On Us: Sexual Assault

It's on us, all of us, to stop sexual assault. Learn what you can do and take the pledge to be part of the solution.

What Should I Do?

In cooperation with University System of Georgia (USG) policy and as part of Columbus State University's comprehensive health and safety program, beginning Fall semester 2015, Columbus State will require all incoming students to complete an online sexual violence prevention and alcohol education program. The USG and Columbus State University's goals are to increase each student's knowledge of sexual violence, decrease harmful behaviors, and provide information to assist in making quality life choices.

The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SAVE) Act requires all colleges and universities to address sexual violence. Institutions of higher education must provide educational programming for all incoming students on the issues of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. To comply with this federal mandate, Columbus State University has partnered with EVERFI, whose mission is to help students address critical skills such as alcohol abuse prevention and sexual violence awareness in institutions of higher education. With this partnership, we will be requiring all students to take the online class called Sexual Assault Prevention: Understanding Sexual Assault program, which addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. EVERFI Prevention Directions (PDF)

SAVE Task Force Membership

  • Theresa Willey: Committee Chair, Project Coordinator for Office on Violence Against Women Grant
  • Dana Larkin: Student Affairs, Assistant Dean of Students
  • Kyle A. Bair: Sexual Assault Support Center Inc., Executive Director
  • Kevin White: Counseling Center, Outreach Coordinator
  • Margaret McIntyre: Residence Life Coordinator
  • Ashley Cook: University Police
  • Victoria Roebuck: Student Health Center, Director
  • Sarah Secoy: Center for Accommodation and Access, Director/Title IX Coordinator
  • William Keen: Student Development Specialist for Fraternity and Sorority Life
  • Julio Llanos: Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, Diversity & Inclusion
  • Michael Stewart: University Police, Sergeant
  • Richard Barrow: Enterprise Risk Management, Director
  • Columbus Police Department, Special Victims Unit
  • Helen Prana: Fort Moore SHARP Program
  • Hope Harbour Domestic Violence Shelter

For more information on the S.A.V.E. Task Force, please contact Theresa Willey at:


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