Green Dot

No one has to do everything

but everyone has to do something

Green Dot a movement at Seattle U to end sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.

No one has to do everything

Attending Green Dot helped me educate my teammates and become more comfortable discussing the serious issue of sexual harassment and assault.

Training Participant

Attending Green Dot helped me develop my vocabulary for talking to other about power based violence and also provided me with indirect methods of intervention, which help keep me safe as well.

Student Participant

Get Involved

A green dot is a choice to make our campus safer through violence prevention

  • Talk to a Green Dot Grad about the training they attended
  • Participate in a Green Dot event – like our Facebook page to find out what we’re up to!
 
  • Invite a Green Dot Facilitator to your club, organization, or class to learn more about Green Dot. For more information, call Ryan at 206-296-2593. 

You Matter

You Matter

Your Part

Your Part

Everyone has to do Something

Everyone has to do Something

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Green Dot Gradient

Green Dot Gradient

Other Options

There is no one way to end violence on our campus - if you've done everything green dot has to offer or are looking for something different, check out these other ways to prevent violence on campus:

  • Join HAWC, a group of students trained as peer health educators who work in the areas of mental health, healthy relationships, alcohol & other drugs, and physical wellness
  • Join Wingmen, a peer educator group for male-identified students who want to end sexual violence on our campus
  • Incoming students, review Think About It materials and share what you’ve learned with a friend
  • Attend Take Back The Night in spring, an event that raises awareness about sexual assault and supports survivors
  • Familiarize yourself with information and resources related to sexual assault at Seattle University
  • Sign the It’s On Us Pledge to commit to ending sexual assault at ItsOnUs.org
  • If you’re concerned about someone's safety, contact Public Safety at 206-296-5911 or call 911

10 green dots you can do right now!

  1. Like the Seattle U Green Dot Facebook Page and share one post. #SUGreenDot
  2. Follow us on ConnectSU to get updates then tell one friend about it.
  3. Watch SU's It's On Us video then take the public pledge online.
  4. Attend Take Back The Night, an event to support survivors and raise awareness about sexual assault.
  5. Watch and share this video on ways you can be a Green Dot bystander
  6. Familiarize yourself with campus resources and reporting options related to sexual misconduct.
  7. Stop into Student Center 380 to pick up a FREE Button to use as a conversation starter. "Have you heard about Green Dot?"
  8. Save SU Public Safety's number (206-296-5911) and Seattle Police's non-emergency number (206-625-5011) in your phone. 911 is available in an emergency.
  9. Start a conversation over your next meal about how you wish gender-based violence would happen less often. 
  10. Nominate friends and classmates to attend the green dot bystander training.

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