It’s On Us

-In 2014, a White House task force called for a measure to spread the awareness and prevention of assault. As a result of that objective, a nationwide movement titled “It’s On Us” was created, and has since worked with over 500 college campus to foster education and preventative solutions of assault (

-In 2016, during the month of October, the 45th term of Student Government began its first year of participation in the It’s On Us initiative. SG held events such as a documentary screening, discussions, resource fairs, as well as pledge taking

-Taking the pledge to end assault is one of the most important components of It’s On Us, and has been done nearly 300,000 times from people around the country.

-Updates will be released closer to “It’s On Us” week with specific details of all the events that are being planned, but this is a crucial week of awareness, and we hope you visit the official It’s On Us Website to learn more

-If you or someone you know has experienced some form of abuse, please know that there are several options on campus available for your situation.

The Wellness Center has several resources available to victims of assault, including a Victim’s Advocacy Center, with services available 24/7 and a phone line at (727) 873-4422, as well as different forms of consultation, and much more.

-Campus PD is another vital resource on campus, where you can report a crime or situation of distress at (727)-873-4444. Learn more about them and the resources they provide on their website 

-Lastly, you can visit It’s On Us official website, to garner more information about resources that are available nationwide for victims of assault.