How can students help?

As a community, we all need to stay involved in this conversation—to keep learning, thinking, and talking together. Some of these discussions will be with classmates, but students should also take ideas and questions to their Title IX Coordinators, deans, and other administrators, to the SHARE staff and the CCEs, and to the many other people  who are actively working to build a safer, more respectful campus. It is particularly important to lend support to anyone considering filing a complaint; people need to know that their communities are behind them. Students should consider applying for more formal roles (e.g., serving on the UWC, working as a CCE or at the Women’s Center, looking for other positions as they emerge)—students in these capacities provide invaluable service to the University.