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SUNY Oneonta wins DIII ‘It’s On Us’ video contest

The school’s SAAC is the winner of this year’s Division III It’s On Us video contest, which raises awareness regarding campus sexual assaults and preventive measures.

Temple wins Division I It's On Us video contest

Temple University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has been named the winner of this year’s NCAA Division I SAAC It’s On Us video contest to raise awareness surrounding campus sexual assaults and preventive measures. Temple’s video will debut this weekend before the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four semifinal games.

Division III Week Video Contest

What is it? The Division III CoSIDA Convention Planning Committee would like to invite all NCAA campuses to create a video capturing their Division III Week experience, focusing promoting activities and celebrations on your campus or in...

Charlotte Wins NCAA® Division I National SAAC “It’s On Us” Contest

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee beat out more than 40 competitors to win a contest sponsored by the NCAA Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to raise awareness of campus sexual assault. The contest is part of the NCAA’s participation in the “It’s On Us” campaign led by the White House. The winning video will debut Saturday, April 4 prior to the NCAA Final Four semifinal games on the big screen at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Division I National SAAC Video Contest

The Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) would like to invite all Division I NCAA institutions to create a video promoting SAAC on their campus focusing on the student-athlete voice and how SAAC effectively operates on each campus. This is your way to show “What is SAAC?”

Taking a stand against sexual violence

NCAA joins White House campaign to hold everyone on campuses responsible for preventing sex assault.

NCAA, White House partner to combat sexual violence on campus

As part of a new campaign announced Friday, the NCAA is partnering with the White House to combat sexual violence on college campuses nationwide.

Violence Prevention

Interpersonal violence is a cultural phenomenon that is reflected on today’s college campuses. As members of the campus community and advocates for student well-being, athletics departments are called upon to contribute to campus efforts to prevent and appropriately intervene in cases of sexual assault, hazing, harassment and abuse.

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