Not Anymore
NotAnyMore_Header700Not Anymore is an interactive program designed to prevent sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. These acts are unfortunately not uncommon on college campuses but are often preventable through proper and timely education and bystander intervention. The occurrence or threat of such violence can seriously impact a student’s pursuit of their education, not to mention her or his life.
All new William Paterson students are required to complete this program.
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Choices: a play about Living and Learning at WP
Peer Health Advocates present Choices: a play about Living and Learning at WP Choices is a live performance of scripted scenes illustrating situations in which students are faced with making tough personal choices about who they are and what they stand for while in college. The program is performed by the Peer Health Advocates and presented to all first-year students. It covers topics such as alcohol and drug use, suicide, and gender-based violence. Health education, prevention tips, and resources are provided with each topic to promote healthy decision-making and educational awareness. Choices is presented to all first-year students on Welcome Day. To request this program for other groups, please contact the Counseling, Health, and Wellness Center.

Voices Against Violence
Voices Against Violence is a classroom presentation provided by the Peer Health Advocates. This program provides education on dating and domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and bystander intervention using PowerPoint, interactive discussion, and informative videos. To request this program for your class or group, please contact the Counseling, Health, and Wellness Center.

SCORRE: Strength in Coaching on Relationships, Respect & Equality
Strength in Coaching on Relationships, Respect & Equality (SCORRE) is a program that helps coaches and student-athlete leaders mentor their teams to promote a healthy and respectful team culture.
SCORRE focuses on relationship skills. This includes healthy and respectful ways to work together and interact with each other not only within the team culture but as well as with people outside the team – this includes classmates, friends, parents, professors, other administrators and especially dating/hook-up partners.
SCORRE was developed by staff and faculty at Princeton University.


Campus Victim Services and The Women’s Center offers various awareness and educational events throughout the academic year. A key goal of The Women’s Center is to “challenge gender-based oppression and violence through education, support, and advocacy.” We strive to meet this commitment by providing high-quality programming in collaboration with academic departments, student clubs and organizations, and community partners. Please contact us if you have an idea for an event!


Campus Victim Services provides annual training to Resident Assistants, Peer Health Advocates, and Peer Leaders. This training includes education on dating/domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking and how to appropriately respond to students who disclose these incidents. A comprehensive review of the roles and responsibilities of these student workers with regard to Title IX and the Clery Act.

Upcoming Events

Past Events

Spring 2019

Take Back the Night 2019 

Fall 2018

Spring 2018