If something doesn't feel right, listen to your gut.
Be A Friend
Provide an ear if someone is attacked or accused.
Watch your drink being poured, and keep an eye on it.
Intervene If You Can
It's up to you to be an active bystander; we can help you prepare to do it.
Party With Buddies
Have a plan for arriving and leaving together.
Prevention is a Priority
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 covers a broad set of unwanted acts. Items that are investigated under Title IX include stalking, intimate partner violence, sex and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, complicity and retaliation.
If you have experienced any of these behaviors, remedial and protective measures and support services are available for you. There are also a variety of ways to report the incident to seek remedy.
University Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Jennifer R. Hammat
Title IX Investigator
Compliance, Diversity, and Ethics
373 Aquia Building
SAIV Task Force Strategic Report
George Mason University takes incidents of sexual assault and interpersonal violence seriously. The Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence (SAIV) Implementation Team Task Force regularly measures, reports, and makes recommendations regarding on-campus preventative, responsive, and remedial initiatives.