Dating violence and college campuses
Since 1999, the program has awarded more than 1 million in grants.In fiscal year 2016, the program funded 45 projects, totaling more than million. The program offers grants to strengthen culturally relevant and survivor-centered approaches, provide on-campus victim services and advocacy, foster community involvement, and enhance security and investigation.Students often have difficulty recognizing verbal and emotional abuse, or do not have enough experience in relationships to know that the abusive behavior is not normal or healthy.College students may feel trapped by the social networks and closed environment of many campuses.The items in the Packet give students resources to help them effectively engage with their college or university's administration.
Technical assistance resources specific to campus grantees are listed below. TA2for a centralized listing of all training and technical assistance activities. OVW’s Campus Program awards grants to institutions of higher education to help create effective, comprehensive, and sustainable strategies to prevent and respond to these crimes.The Campus Program's official title is: Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus.Culturally Specific Annual Reports to Congress on the activities of grantees receiving federal funds under the Campus Grant Program are required by Section 826(d)(3) of the Higher Education Amendments of 1998, 42 U. University librarians and some academic publishers are optimistic about the possibility of reaching new agreements to make more academic articles fully open, but they acknowledge many challenges ahead.