Health Promotion Graduate Assistantship in Sexual Assault Prevention
Now accepting applications for a graduate assistant position in Health Promotion with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy program.
Purpose of the Position: Responsible for assisting the Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy Coordinator to develop, implement, and evaluate education and prevention programming for NDSU students.
Click here for full job description and application requirements.
Application deadline: April 6th
Please contact Assistant Director of Health Promotion, Emily Hegg for questions or more information.
Welcome to the website of Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy. We hope that you will find the resources provided useful and also discover new ways to connect with your peers and actively prevent sexual assault within the NDSU community.
We welcome feedback and conversation with students, faculty, staff, parents, and friends – the entire NDSU community. You are encouraged to contact Student Health Service at 701-231-7331 for any questions or to be connected with an advocate who can assist with interpersonal violence, which includes sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.
Campus and Community Resources
24-Hour On Call Service- If you are an NDSU student in need of assistance after hours or over the weekend, call the Counseling Center's 24-hour on call service at 701-231-7671. (Calls M-F 8am to 5pm will be first answered by Counseling Center reception.) You may also call the F-M community's 24-hour FirstLink hotline directly at 701-235-7335.