Prevention Education

The Title IX Office works to decrease the prevalence of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking, while promoting healthy relationships and responsible decision making among Geneseo students on campus and in the surrounding community.

Through prevention education programming, the Title IX Office works to decrease sexual harassment prevalence by shifting cultural norms, addressing issues specific to high-risk populations, reducing barriers to survivor services, and increasing reporting of alleged incidents. 

The Title IX Office is always looking to work with faculty, staff, and students to raise awareness of interpersonal violence and provide a safe space for members of our community to seek support. Workshops are facilitated by Title IX Staff and other collaborators and are open to all members of the campus community. We also can provide educational programs upon request. If you are interested in hosting or partnering in an upcoming workshop, please email us at or call us at 585-245-5023


April 11th: "Sexversations"

A conventional approach to an honest and open conversation about narratives surrounding queer sex, healthy relationships, and setting boundaries.

 Monroe Hall, 6 pm 


April 18th: "Tearing Apart the Victim Myth"

Conversations surrounding intersectionality and how victim blaming is prevalent today.

Allegany Hall, 6 pm


April 25th: "Power and Privilege in the Courtroom"

An in-depth conversation about power & privilege surrounding crimes of sexual violence within our criminal justice system. Joined by co-facilitator Courtney Way.

Wyoming Hall, 6 pm


May 2nd: "Catcalling is Not a Complement"

Join us for a program discussing the harmful impact of street harassment. This workshop assists in understanding the greater societal impact of this behavior. 

Saratoga Townhouse, 6 pm