The Sexual Assault Awareness Program (SAAP) is housed in the Dean of the College Division, under Health Services and within the Department of Student Health Promotion & Wellness. SAAP was established at Dartmouth College in 1989 with the mission to
1) Provide direct service to those affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and other forms of harassment (This includes emergency advocacy; assistance in obtaining medical care and/or counseling; addressing housing and/or academic concerns, assistance with reporting options, navigating Dartmouth College's Judicial process and/or filing criminal charges, etc.)
2) Educate the Dartmouth College community about sexual violence and prevention; and empower students to act towards the elimination of sexual violence.
3) Address issues of policy and procedure through advocacy for survivor concerns.
Last Updated: 10/15/13