Programs include the Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence (SARV) Prevention Workshop, Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct program (RVSM), MSU’s Center for Survivors, and MSU’s Sexual Assault Healthcare Program.
“There were other individuals from other organizations on campus who helped us make these connections and we would not be in the position we are now without them,” international relations sophomore Peyton Klochack said. “The way we made these decisions was always democratic and we were open about everything that we did. We made sure to have a debate and that everyone was on the same page before taking any actions.”
Mental Health Awareness Week (MWAH) is a weeklong initiative that the Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) started last year, alongside many other student groups, that will continue to bring more ideas and foster greater collaboration throughout campus.