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How to Get Involved

   

In addition to following us on Facebook and Twitter, these organizations are other ways to get involved on Winthrop's campus!

WAR logo 

Purpose of Organization: WAR holds meetings, programs, and events aimed at increasing awareness and providing resources about sexual assault.  WAR wants women and men to feel safe on campus. Members can be rape survivors, friends of survivors, or anyone passionate about the cause.  Members come together to help stop this life changing crime and act as advocates for survivors.  

Description of Organization
:  WAR is a student led organization hoping to enlighten students about rape and the issues surrounding it.

Primary Contact:  Erin Brown
Primary Email: 
browne2@winthrop.edu 
Organization Email: 
war@winthrop.edu 

 

Men Can Stop Rape Logo 

Purpose of OrganizationTo mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men's violence against women.

Description of Organization
To institutionalize primary prevention of men's violence against women through sustained initiatives that generate positive, measurable outcomes in populations throughout the world.

Primary Contact:  Richard Ryan
Primary Email:  ryanr3@winthrop.edu

 


Purpose of Organization: To raise advocacy and increase knowledge within the student community regarding health/wellness issues. Peer Health Educators are dedicated leaders that are responsible for constantly learning and presenting these issues in a non-judgmental yet interactive manner to their peers and community.

Description of Organization
SWAT is a peer education group that seeks to raise awareness, increase knowledge, and advocate health and wellness within the student community. Responsibilities include learning up-to-date information and methods, learning how to convey information to others, and ultimately educating peers.

Primary Contact:  Desirae House
Primary Email:  housed2@winthrop.edu

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office of Victims Assistance
204 Crawford Building
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-2206
803/323-3332 (fax)