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Campus Coalition on Sexual Violence (CCSV)

The Campus Coalition on Sexual Violence is currently on hiatus, but will return with quarterly meetings in the 2024-2025 school year. 

The Campus Coalition on Sexual Violence consists of staff, faculty, community partners, and students who meet quarterly to share work being done across campus. They connect community members involved in everything from peer education to policy revision and student activism.

Quarterly meetings consist of knowledge sharing and updates from ongoing projects, and interested community members are invited to participate in a number of working groups to address gaps in sexual violence education and response on campus.

The CCSV has members from diverse student groups, campus departments, and community agencies and is coordinated by staff from CARE. Key campus partners include the Women's Center, the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Compliance, Residential Services, and Athletics.

If you would like to attend CCSV quarterly meetings, join a working group, or get on our listserv, please email CARE at

Background on the CCSV

The Campus Coalition on Sexual Violence, formed in May 2010, is charged by the Vice President of Student Affairs with assessing and improving campus policies, prevention programs, and response services dealing with sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

In September 2011, the CCSV received a three year federal grant from the US Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women (DOJ-OVW) to improve sexual violence prevention and response services on campus. In September 2014, a second DOJ-OVW grant was awarded to continue to enhance and expand our work in sexual violence prevention and response at Northwestern University.

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