The degree of system-wide buy-in, visible commitment, and meaningful investment in effective prevention initiative.
The strategic, collaborative, and research informed translation of resources (staff/budget) into effective policies and program.
The values and expectations of the institution and its community, and the system of accountability to uphold and enforce them.
The intentional development, multi-modal design, and targeted delivery of prevention programs and messages that will maximize impact.
As part of this commitment, pledge-taking Campus Prevention Network members will commit to participation in at least one diagnostic inventory to assess and support prevention efforts. These diagnostic inventories focus on sexual assault prevention, alcohol prevention, and/or hazing prevention efforts at your institution or organization. They are comprehensive, research-based assessments designed to identify prevention strengths, uncover opportunities for improvement, and benchmark efforts against leading institutions and organizations nationwide. The powerful benchmarking analysis gleaned from these inventories will support members in making breakthrough progress in prevention.
A list of participating Campus Prevention Network institutions and organizations will be published annually to highlight committed members, and exemplary prevention work will be featured and awarded each year at the Campus Prevention Network Annual Summit.
To gain access to the Diagnostic Inventories and take full advantage of the benefits offered through membership in the Campus Prevention Network, we are asking institutions and organizations to do the following:
- E-sign a pledge to assess your efforts and strive towards best practices in prevention
- Complete a brief member activation form that will assist in identifying opportunities to best support member institutions
Upon completing the form below, you will receive a confirmation email welcoming you to the Network and providing instructions for accessing the Diagnostic Inventories. Members may also receive additional communications as new Campus Prevention Network resources, events, and updates become available.