National Data Highlights on Promising Trends and Continuing Challenges in Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

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2017
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"Charting the Path Forward" examines the current state of sexual assault prevention efforts on college campuses. The report highlights promising trends and identifies specific areas where universities need to improve within three core domains: programming, critical processes, and institutionalization.

This report highlights some of the hallmarks of more successful campus sexual assault prevention efforts and provides guidance for ways in which universities can improve their prevention strategies.

"Charting a Path Forward" can provide university administrators with guidance on how to institutionalize sexual assault prevention into their campus culture. This report can also be cited as evidence for the need for increased funding and staff personnel dedicated to campus sexual assault prevention.

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