Sexual Violence Response & Awareness


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Dating, domestic + sexual violence 

Dating, domestic and sexual violence can jeopardize the mental, physical and emotional well-being of a person and a community. This office works with Mount Royal University to provide members with a safe and supportive environment to learn, live, and work through providing specialized support and education.

Support
Specialized, trauma-informed support is available for anyone who has been impacted by dating, domestic and sexual violence. An Advocate can provide confidential information, support, safety planning, advocacy and discuss on- and off-campus reporting options that are available.

The Dating, Domestic & Sexual Violence Response and Awareness Coordinator is away and will be returning on July 27, 2020. If you require immediate advocacy, please email Bob Lambert at blambert@mtroyal.ca


Administration of Mount Royal non-academic support services

An individual's information on admission, registration, academic standing and graduation may be disclosed and used for the routine administration of Mount Royal services including but not restricted to Student Community Standards, the Residence Life Program, Mount Royal Recreation, Security Services, Parking Services and Alumni Relations.

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Get support

If you have been affected by dating, domestic, or sexual violence, know that it's not your fault. We are here for you and to help you talk through your options, to listen and connect you to services.  

 

 



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Education and awareness

Fundamental to preventing dating, domestic & sexual violence is education. We deliver workshops, guest lectures, trainings, and events to the community at Mount Royal University. Click here to see what is available.  


Presentations can be tailored and customized to fit your group's learning needs, email sexualviolence@mtroyal.ca

Policy and procedures

Mount Royal University condemns all acts of violence. Because of the unacceptable prevalence of gender-based violence, we take a strong and explicit position against dating, domestic and sexual violence.

 

 



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