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Sexual Respect & Violence Prevention
The University of North Dakota is committed to ending power-based personal sexual violence and is dedicated to empowering students to do something prevent it.
A Green Dot is any behavior, choice or action that promotes safety and communicates intolerance for violence. A Green Dot is simply a choice, at any given moment, to make our campus safer.
We are asking everyone to commit to creating an environment —be it a residence hall, a fraternity or sorority, a club, a locker room, or an entire college campus— where sexual assault is unacceptable.
All incoming freshman are required to participated in Think About It - a program to reduce risky behavior and prevent sexual assault on campus.
Have you experienced an unwanted sexual encounter, sexual violence, or sexual harassment as a UND student, staff, faculty member, or visitor? We are here to help.
Please contact the Title IX Coordinator or any Deputy Coordinator. We will take prompt action to eliminate the harassment, prevent its recurrence and address its effects.