A recent review of campus responses to sexual violence showed that the number of colleges and universities who reported providing on-campus counseling for victims had increased by 16% since 2002; 55% of schools reported providing on-campus victim advocates; and just over two-thirds (76%) of schools identified off-campus resources for sexual assault victims so that they may seek services when campus resources are unavailable or not preferred. (Source)
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The Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program (Campus Program) is designed to encourage institutions of higher education to adopt a comprehensive, community coordinated response (CCR) to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Campuses address these crimes by developing campus- and community-based responses, which include:
- Campus victim services;
- Campus law enforcement;
- Health services;
- Mandatory education of incoming students; and
- Links to local criminal justice agencies and service providers.
Progress Reporting Update
July – December 2022 Period
As before, Campus Program grantees will report their progress using a fillable PDF form that can be downloaded from this website (click on “Reporting form” below). Please submit the completed form as an attachment in your JustGrants account by the Jan. 30, 2023, deadline. For guidance on how to do that, please see the JustGrants website’s Training: Performance Reporting page.
Forms & Instructions
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Campus Training Video
This recorded training video may be viewed at any time.
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Reports to Congress
2020 Biennial Report to Congress
The Biennial Report to Congress presents aggregate activities and accomplishments that were funded under the Violence Against Women Act and reported by grantees in each funded grant program.