Sexual Violence Prevention Program

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The sexual violence prevention program has two important goals:

  • To describe and remind you of the many things you, your friends and colleagues can do to help stop sexual violence on our campus and in our community.

  • To reinforce and expand the ways you can take action to minimize your chance of being impacted by sexual assault.

We understand that the program you are about to begin may require more time and thoughtful reflection than you may have expected, but Medaille College believes that it is the responsibility of all students, faculty and staff to be a well-informed, active participant in building and supporting a safe campus environment.

It is all of our responsibility to actively help stop sexual violence, so that none of us is left with that awful, lingering question “Could I have prevented a friend, roommate, teammate or family member from becoming involved in a sexual assault?”

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Did you attend our recent Sexual Assault and Risk Reduction event in the Sullivan Center? Here are some shots from the event:




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2911 on campus
(716) 880-2911
2 Agassiz Circle

Annual Security and Fire Reports

Includes crime prevention, security procedures, policies, crime reports, and fire safety policies and reports.

Hard copies of these reports are available from the Public Safety office, 2 Agassiz Circle or by calling (716) 880-2911


Emergency Management Documents

Emergency Management Plan

Emergency Management Appendices 

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