If you or someone you know may have been a victim of sexual assault, relationship violence, or stalking, please know there is immediate support available to you.
Support can be obtained 24 hours a day/7 days a week, from Safe Office professionals at 336.758.5285. If you are concerned about a potentially life-threatening situation, please contact WFU Police at 336.758.5911, or 911.
For additional information about seeking medical assistance and emotional support, as well as important contact information, see Get Help.
Who we are
PREPARE is a group of undergraduate students from across campus who are dedicated to promoting healthy relationships and sexual assault prevention at Wake Forest.
As a peer education group we strive to promote change, teach about consent, and raise awareness around sexual assault, dating violence, and all forms of interpersonal harm.
For more information about joining PREPARE email Bethany Miller at email@example.com
To learn more about the PEERs program and other PEERs education groups, visit the Office of Wellbeing page
What Do We Do
Sexual Assault Prevention and Education
- Conduct sexual assault awareness and prevention programs for all incoming students during Orientation
- Organize Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week our annual campus-wide Sexual Assault Awareness Week happening each February
- Sponsor campus-wide programs to educate students on topics of healthy relationships, consent, and sexual assault
- Partner on community events related to survivor support and violence prevention
PREPARE members complete a certification to become nationally certified peer educators through a weekend long training course alongside members from other PEERs education groups
The PREPARE Executive Board oversees all functions of PREPARE including education and programming and advocacy efforts.