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Bystander Intervention Training

We know that:

  • Most problems begin in group settings where we are less likely to intervene.
  • Friends are usually in a better position to do something.—You will be in a situation in which you can help in the future.
  • We all have a responsibility to look out for one another.

As bystanders, we all have a choice: do nothing, do something to prevent or stop a situation from worsening, or do something to make the situation worse. We are all called, as Villanovans, to do something to prevent or stop a situation from worsening. There are many ways to intervene. Register for bystander intervention training as an individual or as a student organization to learn more about resources and how to effectively intervene in situations involving alcohol and sexual violence at  

Join more than 60% of Villanova students who have already completed bystander intervention training today!

Most students at Villanova would intervene in a situation to prevent sexual violence.
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