Dear Williams students,

 

In 2015, we collected our first-ever comprehensive survey data about sexual and other intimate violence at Williams. 64% of students participated (a response rate that has never been topped nationally), and the data helped us modify response protocols and has shaped our prevention programs over the last 2 years.

 

It’s time to look again at our progress and to see where we still have work to do, and your participation in this work is invaluable.

 

Share your perspective by taking the survey.

 

Your responses to this survey are anonymous. You can expect it to take between 20-25 minutes to complete.

 

You may find, during or after the survey, that you want to talk more about the issues raised in it.

 

  • SASS (413-597-3000)

    • 24/7

    • Confidential support from staff

    • SASS staff are myself, Carolina Echenique from Admissions, Donna Denelli-Hess from the Health Center, Jen Chuks from Athletics, Mike Evans from the Zilkha Center, and Rick Spalding, the Chaplain.)

  • RASAN (413-597-4100)

    • 24/7

    • Peer support

    • Also has walk-in office hours at Sawyer 508 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8pm-10pm. RASAN welcomes survivors and supporters of survivors to use this as a space in which they can fill out the survey if they’d like on-hand support.

  • The Elizabeth Freeman Center (866-401-2425)

    • 24/7

    • Confidential off-campus support is available 24/7 via The Elizabeth Freeman Center at.

 

Thank you,

 

Meg Bossong ’05

Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

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