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 & REVIVE Classes

Major Voorhees leads our self-defense and REVIVE classes. All students, staff, and faculty are eligible to sign up – only 10 spots are available for the self-defense class due to the nature of instruction. You MUST sign up to participate – first come, first serve.

Sign up here.

“What Were You Wearing” Exhibit

If you are a sexual assault survivor and would like to anonymously share your story with the LRCC community, please submit a description of the outfit you wish to be displayed. Narratives that go along with the outfit are encouraged, but not required. Narratives may range from one sentence to a couple paragraphs and can include information such as your age during the assault, your relationship to the perpetrator at the time, or other details you wish to share. This is YOUR story, so you can write the narrative in whatever form is comfortable for you. Please understand that the displayed outfit may not perfectly match your description, but Phoenix Project will do their best to curate outfits as close to the description as possible. 

By submitting your story to this exhibit, you agree to have your outfit/narrative ANONYMOUSLY displayed on campus, with the possibility of it being photographed and posted online. You may request to have your story taken down at any time. Please submit no later than 3/31 to give Phoenix Project enough time to add your story to the installation. For questions regarding this exhibit, please email Aliyha Gill at [email protected]

Submit here.


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.