Campus Program


The Alliance’s Campus Program works alongside students, faculty, and staff at our partner institutions to address campus sexual violence. Guided by New York State’s ‘Enough is Enough’ education law 129b., the Campus Program offers workshops, trainings, and policy support to all members affiliated with our partner institutions. Our student-centered approach to prevention provides opportunities for students, faculty, and administrators to get involved in our collective mission in ending campus sexual violence. 


The Alliance is currently in the process of restarting our Campus Program. If you’re interested in learning more about the program or potentially working with us in the future, please email


The following information provides an overview of our past work with campus partners.


The Campus Training Institute (CTI) is a training program designed to both meet the training requirements of critical state and federal legislation regarding sexual misconduct and support NYC colleges and universities in upholding every student’s right to an education free from sexual violence. Our educational content strives to be delivered through an anti-oppressive lens and includes topics such as consent education, bystander intervention, supporting survivors, and much more. 


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*Due to COVID-19, all of our CTI services are now able to be delivered virtually





Fall Semester: Student Leadership Training Institute (SLTI)

The Student Leadership Training Institute (SLTI) is a volunteer-based student leadership collective that meets virtually once per month during the Fall semester to address sexual violence on college campuses. SLTI students will learn grassroots organizing strategies and leadership skills in sexual violence prevention spaces. All SLTI students will have the choice to practice these newly learned skills in the Spring 2021 semester and act as leaders of the Alliance’s Spring 2021 program entitled: Student Volunteer Program (SVP).

SLTI applications for the Fall 2020 Semester are closed.


Spring Semester: Student Volunteers Program (SVP)

The Student Volunteer Program (SVP) is a volunteer-based student collective that meets once per month during the Spring 2021 semester to address sexual violence on college campuses. With support from the Student Leadership Training Institute, the program will mentor and teach students different sexual violence prevention methods that they can bring to their own campus.

SVP Applications for the Spring 2021 Semester are closed.


Summer: Summer Discussion Series (SDS)

The Summer Discussion Series is a volunteer-based summer program with the Alliance and Mount Sinai’s SAVI program designed to facilitate discussions about sexual violence through books, podcasts, music, articles, and much more! All materials are provided to participants during our weekly sessions. 

SDS Applications for Summer 2021 will open in May 2021




Academic Year 20-21: Activist Educators Collective (AEC)

Activist Educators Collective (AEC) is a volunteer-based faculty activist collective working to research, create, and empower faculty involvement in campus sexual violence prevention. Much of their work will focus on intersections of anti-racism and sexual violence, restorative justice and non-carceral systems, the new barriers that COVID-19 presents for campuses, and student-centered approached to gender-based violence prevention. 

AEC applications for the 2020-21 academic year are closed.



Title IX


NYS Enough is Enough Education Law 129b. 

  • Campus Climate Survey 

The Alliance provides Campus Climate Survey support to all of our partner schools. If you would like support in the creation, promotion, dissemination, and/or analysis of your Campus Climate Survey, please submit this form.

NYS Campus Working Group

New York State Campus Working Group (CWG) is a collective comprised of 12 organizations, including the Alliance, from across the state with significant expertise and experience in campus sexual violence response and prevention. Collectively, we work together in advocating for state-level change in upholding all college student’s rights to an education free from sexual violence. 


*If you would like to get in touch with members of the CWG, provide input on future advocacy, or become a member, please email:*


Email for updates on the status of our Campus program. We look forward to partnering with you and your institution!