Awareness | Advocacy | Prevention | Intervention
The mission of the [Not Just] Women’s Center (NJWC) is to provide an overall safe, inviting and inclusive environment for all students. Any person, no matter their sex, gender, orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, immigration status, or religious beliefs can be a victim of sexual assault. The NJWC is committed to a campus free of sexual violence and from the fear of violence. Students can expect confidential peer support and information regarding healthy sexuality, healthy relationships, the importance of consent, tools for survivors, positive body image, being an active bystander and ways to prevent sexual assault. We are committed to spreading awareness, speaking out against injustice, educating on prevention, and offering tools for intervention.
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Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Things To Do In The [Not Just] Women’s Center
- Hang Out, Eat Lunch, Volunteer
- Access Sex Positive Resources at Our Sexy Station
- Find Information Regarding Healthy Sexuality/Sex/Positive Relationships
- Receive Confidential Peer Support
- Find Tools for Survivors
- Host A Group
[Not Just] Women’s Center Workshops
- Sex Positivity
- Stalking 101
- Healthy Relationships 101
- Bystander Step UP!
- Mental Health First Aid
- The Big ‘O’
- Consent Is Sexy and Mandatory
- Relationship Red Flags
- Title IX, What You Need To Know
Student of Concern
Fellow students, family members, faculty and staff can play an invaluable role in helping students who are in distress. Your expression of interest, concern, and compassion is an important factor toward a student seeking the assistance they need. A student of concern is any student who is displaying behaviors that may get in the way of a student’s ability to be successful in the University environment.
Shenandoah University affirms the rights of its students, faculty and staff to live, work and study in an environment free from sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct includes but is not limited to non-consensual sexual contact, non-consensual sexual intercourse, sexual harassment, relationship violence, sexual exploitation and stalking.
For emergencies please contact the Department of Campus Safety at 540-678-4444.