The SARV Prevention Program is a required workshop for all first-year and transfer students. The program offers a forum for students to engage in conversation and be educated about sexual assault and relationship violence on campus, and empowers these students to become active members in keeping the Michigan State University community safe. Read more on the ABOUT page.


  • Where are the workshops located?
  • How can I get involved on campus?
  • Do I have to go?

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the SARV Prevention Program.


Find links to resources for survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence, including legal help, where to report, crisis and counseling services, and more.

Additionally, see tips on how to support a friend who has experienced sexual or relationship violence.