Violence Prevention Education

The Violence Prevention Education Group and Office of Student Life & Engagement partner together to offer various preventative and educational sessions and activities each year for students, staff, faculty, and the Laurel Ridge community.

Self-Defense Class @ the Middletown Campus

Major Voorhees leads a fantastic self-defense class that will provide you with the necessary tools to effectively protect yourself on- or off-campus. All students, staff, and faculty are eligible to sign up – 12 spots are open. You MUST sign up to participate – first come, first serve.

Sign up here.

The Clothesline Project @ the Luray-Page County Center

The Clothesline Project is a visual display of violence statistics that often go ignored. Pick up a shirt in the Jenkins Hall lobby, decorate the shirt to show your support of domestic violence awareness and prevention, then have your shirt displayed on the clothesline on the stairwell. The project is ongoing from October 2 thru 23.


The Hunting Ground streaming movie

See Something, Say Something

See Something, Say Something flyerIf you have a concern about something you’ve observed or heard that may give you concern about a student, impact the safety of our environment or disrupt the delivery of our educational process, we encourage you to fill out the See Something, Say Something report form.