For too long, campus health and safety challenges—including sexual assault and high-risk drinking—have seemed insurmountable. But not anymore. Colleges and universities across the country are deepening their commitment to prevention and sharing strategies for tackling these challenges before harm happens.
The Campus Prevention Network (CPN) was created to help higher education institutions take on the issues that matter most. Whether it’s sexual assault and harassment, alcohol and drug abuse, wellness and mental health or diversity and inclusion, the CPN provides tools, resources and insights to support schools in driving lasting, large-scale change.
Learn more about our areas of impact and find out how 1,700+ colleges and universities are using the CPN Framework for Comprehensive Prevention to advance their health and safety initiatives and build thriving campus communities.
Prevention tools and resources leverage known best practices and groundbreaking data insights to maximize impact.
Promising Prevention Strategies
Impactful approaches for making breakthrough progress on the critical health and safety issues impacting the lives of our students, staff and faculty.
Network & Best Practice Sharing
Opportunities to learn from and benchmark against peer institutions, tapping into the collective wisdom of this nationwide network.
Get the latest research, resources and blog posts related to campus prevention.
Take a look at the full list of higher education institutions committed to making large-scale impact on the health and safety of their communities through prevention best practices.
Join the Network
Show your commitment to campus safety by pledging to engage in prevention best practice and assess your impact.