If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking, contact The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance to speak with a confidential advocate. Advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 848-932-1181.
Turn The Campus Purple is a week-long campaign to raise awareness of dating and domestic violence. We encourage everyone to wear purple throughout the week, decorate your buildings and spaces in purple, and to participate in any and all of the week’s events.
Sunday, October 6
Give a Red Card to Violence 3×3 Soccer Tournament
University Park Fields (across from Werblin)
Monday, October 7
Fall Planting in the VPVA Survivor Garden
VPVA Office, 3 Bartlett Street, New Brunswick
Plant a bulb to support survivors and visit VPVA’s healing spaces.
SCREAM Performance Focusing on Childhood Trauma
Academic Building, Room 2400
Wednesday, October 9
Chalk the Block
Living Student Center Courtyard
Join fellow students to chalk messages of support and empowerment.
Songs for Survivors: Exploring Men’s Stories
Honors College South
Enjoy waffles, pancakes, coffee, live musical performances, and self-care activities to honor the experience of male survivors.
Thursday, October 10
Candlelight Vigil on Brower Steps
Come together in a student-led open space for all people to share their stories.
Friday, October 11
DC Wonder Woman College Run
3:00pm–5:00pm check-in, 5:00 Race Start
Race Start on Livingston Campus (field across from Henry’s)
Race Registration at Livingston Rec Center – 62 Road 3, Piscataway
Join in pre-race activities to show support for survivors and run (or walk!) for the wonder woman in your life as part of this inaugural 5K event.