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The mission of Edgewood College Violence Prevention is to prevent sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking through education. We engage our community around gender socialization, violence and bystander intervention. Our vision is a community where every learner feels valued and able to pursue academic success in a safe and welcoming environment.

To learn more or get involved, email violenceprevention@edgewood.edu.


If you fear you are in immediate danger, call 911.

Campus Resources

Personal Counseling Services (608) 663-4148 | Dominican 122

Health Services(608) 663-8334 | Dominican 122

Local Resources

Rape Crisis Center (services available on or off-campus)
24-hr. Crisis Line: (608) 251-7273

Forensic Nurse Examiner Program
Physical injury exam, Emergency Contraceptive, and collection of evidence that can be stored for a later police report.
(608) 417-5916
UnityPoint Health Meriter Hospital, 202 S. Park Street, Madison, WI

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS),  24-hr. Help Line: (608) 251-4445 or 800-747-4045

The Family Center is a community based, affordable, state certified outpatient mental health clinic and the training center for Edgewood College's Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Program.                          608-663-6154

Educate yourself about gender-based violence!

What is gender-based violence? 

Edgewood College defines gender-based violence as sexual assault, dating/domestic violence (physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional abuse of a partner) or stalking. 

Read: Tips for Parents and Families

Read: Tips for Students

Learn about Consent

What is the Power and Control Wheel?

Learn about Relationship Abuse