Created and implemented the Helping You Do You campaign designed to reduce barriers reported by students on the campus climate survey to reporting incidents of sexual- and gender-based violence to the institution and accessing other resources.
Created a formal protocol guiding Public Safety’s ability to provide students who have experienced sexual- or gender-based violence with transportation to off-campus resources and court appointments, among other locations
Created the permission slip program, designed to streamline and speed up access to services for campus community members who have experienced sexual- or gender-based violence, particularly outside of regular business hours
With East Central Oklahoma University, completed a comprehensive protocol and procedure review.
Implemented accountability measures to ensure that all incoming (first-year and transfer) students receive education regarding the dynamics of sexual- and gender-based violence, on- and off-campus resources that exist, and how to access them
Created GoodKnights, Arcadia’s first peer education program focusing on mental health and wellbeing, sexual health and wellbeing, and sexual- and gender-based violence
Designed and implemented bystander intervention training, which is now annual and mandatory, for all student-athletes and team coaches
Designed and implemented annual training for resident and commuter assistants for on- and off-campus resources that exist, and Title IX mandatory reporting duties and how to execute them compassionately and effectively.
As Arcadia hopes to extend the grant with the DOJ, the University wants to thank all students, faculty, staff, and community members for their participation and support in these crucial initiatives and programs. Arcadia looks forward to accomplishing even more on this vital work.