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New Interim Title IX Policy

Letter from President Darryll J. Pines

The Sexual Assault Prevention Event Log collects information about events at the University of Maryland related to sexual assault prevention. This allows the Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC) to track information about the events, such as how many events are held and how many members of the university community are engaged in sexual assault prevention. To access the portal, go to  


What types of events should be entered in the portal?

Trainings, events, and programs organized by a UMD student or employee related to sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other sexual misconduct can be entered in the portal. This includes events held on campus, as well as events held in the College Park community.


What if I am organizing a series of events?

If you are organizing a series of events, please enter each event separately. For example, if you are organizing a lecture series in which one speaker is invited to speak on campus each month, please enter each speaker’s talk as a separate event.


What types of events do not need to be entered in the portal?

Mandatory online training does not need to be entered in the portal because the SAPC is collecting this information in a different way. This includes the required training for employees, incoming first-year students, graduate students, and student organization leaders.

  • The Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC) announces the spring 2021 Raise Your Voice event. Raise Your Voice is a University wide sexual assault prevention and awareness campaign. Raising your voice shows that you value respect and healthy relationships for yourself and others. Make a personal commitment to prevent sexual violence and to be a part of the solution! Join us for a yoga practice, charcuterie board design, and a virtual panel about sexual violence prevention in a pandemic world. Attendees at each event will be entered into prize drawings. 


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Raise Your Voice Restorative Yoga Hour

April 12th 6-7pm

  • Start off your week on a good vibe! Join us for a virtual Restorative Yoga session with instructor Quratul-Ann Malik (she/hers). This yoga session will be for all skill levels and will focus on stress relief and healing. Attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Hot Yoga Towel Mat- there will be 15 lucky winners!


Instagram design for Charcuterie Board Event

Raise Your Voice Charcuterie Board Design Class 

April 13th 6-7pm

  • Do you want to wow your friends and family with professionally designed charcuterie boards? Challenge yourself to learn a new skill, and join us for a virtual Charcuterie Board Design Class with Maddie Landers (she/her) of Jam-Packed Boards. Attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Moda Striped Cutting Board - there will be 12 lucky winners! Ingredient lists provided upon registration.


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Raise Your Voice Sexual Violence Prevention in a Virtual World - UMD Community Panel

April 14th 6-7pm

  • Join us for an interactive panel that will provide students with an opportunity to learn about sexual violence prevention relevant to our current digital pandemic world. Our panel will explore online virtual prevention and response, best practices for health equity, as well as law related to digital crimes of sexploitation and crime victimology. Attendees will be entered into a raffle with five opportunities to win various prizes. One grand prize winner will win a wellness package!!

Step UP! is an interactive workshop on bystander intervention facilitated by our amazing team of CARE to Stop Violence Peer Educators. The college environment yields many opportunities for both intentional and unintentional dangerous, problematic, or violent behavior. During this hour long workshop participants learn to evaluate challenging situations and determine how to safely intervene using one of the 3D’s (Direct, Distract, and Delegate). Step UP! empowers audience members with the awareness skills and tools to help prevent harmful situations from occurring or escalating on our campus. This workshop is approximately 50 minutes and requires full A/V technology for an interactive PowerPoint learning experience. To request a workshop, click here.


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