Virtual Gulf Coast Campus Safety Summit
About this Summit
The Gulf Coast Campus Safety Summit is a regional and affordable conference for college and university administrators, faculty, staff, and students interested in improving their campus efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. The Gulf Coast Campus Safety Summit will be held virtually, through a series of live and on-demand webinars, from April 14-21, 2021.

Thanks to corporate and foundation sponsors and partnerships, we are able to keep the virtual Gulf Coast Campus Safety Summit registration fees extremely affordable. Our rationale is to encourage campuses to send multi-disciplinary teams to attend, increasing the impact of the Summit on every campus represented. We are committed to hosting a wide range of regional campus safety representatives at every Summit, while maintaining the highest quality conference of its kind.
Sessions Open April 14
  • Live: April 14
    A Conversation About Sex, Power, and Assault on College Campuses
    Runtime: 60 min
  • Live: April 15
    Title IX Obligations and Requirements: Lessons Learned Since August 2020
    Runtime: 60 min
  • On-Demand
    Trauma Informed Title IX Investigations
    Run-time: 63 min
  • On-Demand
    The Medical-Forensic Response to Campus Sexual Assault: Enhancing Community Collaboration pt.1
    Runtime: 66 min
  • On-Demand
    The Medical-Forensic Response to Campus Sexual Assault: Enhancing Community Collaboration pt.2
    Runtime: 60 min
  • On-Demand
    Title IX Sexual Assault Response Team (SART): A Collaborative Response to Support Survivors
    Runtime: 44 min
  • On-Demand
    Clarifying the Clery Act: What Does the Rescission of the Clery Handbook Mean For Your Campus?
  • On-Demand
    Creating a Coordinated Culture of Care
    Runtime: 56 min
  • On-Demand
    Coordinating Community Response and Higher Education: A Case Study
    Run-time: 55 min
  • On-Demand
    Why They May Stand By: Including a Privilege/Oppression Lense in College Bystander Intervention Programming
    Sexual violence prevention programming on college campuses often focuses on bystander intervention strategies by providing students with skills to become active bystanders. This approach views all members of a campus community as potential interventionists challenging damaging social norms and working to prevent harmful situations; however, it can overlook a student's multifaceted identity including their gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, and class. Student's identities either as a member of a marginalized or privileged group affects their ability to intervene in situations of bias, discrimination, potential violence, and acts of violence. This workshop will explore how participants can include the practical ways to integrate intersectional root causes of interpersonal violence in active bystander trainings, as well as discuss what could make it more or less challenging for someone to "stand up."
  • On-Demand
    From Fraternity Advisor to Sexual Assault Survivor
    Runtime: 59 min
  • On-Demand
    Creating Faith Based Sexual Violence Programming at Religious Colleges and Universities
    Runtime: 66 min
  • On-Demand
    Supporting Responding Students as a Means of Prevention
    Run-time: 50 min
  • On-Demand
    Out of the Locker Room and Chapter House and Into the Classroom
    Run-time: 62 min
  • On-Demand
    Catching a Predator: Investigating the Howard University Rapist
    Run-time: 99 min
  • On-Demand
    Race to Prevent Gender Violence on Your College Campus: A Sprint or Marathon?
    Run-time: 54 min
  • On-Demand
    Culturally Competent Care of LGBTQ+ Clients Within a Student Health Clinic
    Run-time: 48 min