The Campus Education Subcommittee (CES) of the campus and community-wide Anti-Violence Coalition works collaboratively to address the larger systemic problem of gender-based violence and discrimination through the programs and projects below.

Our Community Cares

The Our Community Cares message is a campus-wide effort to provide recognition for all activities that work toward ending violence at Iowa. We would love to partner with you. If you are planning an event, program, or workshop, continue reading below for additional information and guidelines for use of the Our Community Cares message.

Educating Incoming Students

Incoming University of Iowa students receive various forms of education on topics surrounding gender-based violence and discrimination.

Curriculum Infusion

Curriculum infusion engages the university community in prevention efforts by allowing prevention educators to work collaboratively with faculty members to design and deliver gender-based violence and discrimination prevention content across the curriculum. 

Community Collaboration

The University of Iowa strives to collaborate with and educate the larger Iowa City community on violence prevention and provide education to University of Iowa students' parents and guardians on the topic of gender-based violence and discrimination. 


Campaigns play an important role in changing social norms by sharing basic facts with members of the community and raising awareness around issues of gender-based violence and discrimination.

Men and Masculinities Coalition

As part of the University of Iowa Anti-Violence Plan, the university is committed to expand and coordinate its efforts in mobilizing and engaging male-identified students, staff, faculty, and community partners to work as allies with all genders to create a culture of respect free from gender-based violence. 

Parent and Family Orientation

College is a time of transition for students and families. One of the most challenging aspects of this transition can be having conversations regarding difficult situations students may encounter.

Parent Handbook 

The transition to college is an important time for students and their families, and we want to provide you with information about how the University of Iowa addresses sexual misconduct (which includes sexual assault and sexual harassment), dating violence, and stalking. Read the Parent Handbook

Not Anymore: Mandatory Interpersonal Violence Prevention Education Program (Online)

As a member of the Hawkeye community, we all have a role in ensuring safety and success of all students. For this reason, all incoming graduate/professional students (including off campus or part-time students) are required to complete the online sexual misconduct prevention education course called Not Anymore. This program is just one part of a comprehensive strategy, which you can read more about here: 2021-2024 Anti-Violence Plan.