Prevention Education Resources
Montgomery College recognizes that those who commit sexual misconduct carry sole responsibility for their actions and that victims are never to blame for experiencing sexual misconduct.
Montgomery College Climate Survey
Reducing the Risk of Experiencing Sexual Victimization
While no person is responsible for the victimization he or she experiences, there are a number of steps individuals can take to reduce the likelihood of experiencing an assault:
- Know your personal limits before entering into an intimate situation. Be clear, consistent, and unwavering in your communication of those limits.
- If you sense that a situation isn’t safe, make an exit as quickly as possible. Don’t be afraid to create a scene or reach to others for assistance.
- Make smart decisions about your use of alcohol or other substances that may impair your ability to make smart decisions.
- Look out for your friends and ask your friends to look out for you.
Sexual Violence Prevention for Community Colleges
All students are encouraged to complete the training Sexual Assault Prevention for Community Collegesnew window. This engaging program, which includes a confidential survey and brief tests to personalize your learning experience, offers the following important information:
- Key definitions and statistics
- Reflective and personalized content
- Bystander skill and confidence-building strategies
- College policies, procedures and resources
- Your responses will be confidential. The College will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see any individual student's answers.
Student Health and Wellness Center for Success
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