Events and Activities

Michigan State University is committed to supporting survivors of sexual violence and fostering change on campus and beyond. 

Current and Upcoming Events and Activities

Hands-On Healing, MSU Sexual Assault Program
March 21, March 28 and April 4
4 to 5 p.m., Student Services Building

The Go Teal campaign
Students from the College of Communication Arts and Sciences have launched the Go Teal campaign to raise awareness and support for sexual abuse survivors. For updates on the Go Teal campaign and for ways to get involved, follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Race for the Place 5K
Benefiting MSU Safe Place, will be held April 15. For more information, visit Race for the Place 5K.

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke speech
April 19
7:30 p.m.
Wharton Center's Cobb Great Hall
Burke is an activist and community organizer best known for creating “Me Too” in 2006 to promote “empowerment through empathy” and healing for survivors of sexual abuse, particularly in underserved communities.

Stand Up Against Domestic Violence with Lydia's House
April 21
10 a.m.
6401 Clayton Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri
MSU Alumni Club project as part of MSU's Global Day of Service

Restored Hope Omaha
April 21
9 a.m.
1954 Jones Street
Omaha, Nebraska
MSU Alumni Club project as part of MSU's Global Day of Service

Past events included

Title IX Campus Climate Forums were held for students, staff and faculty to gather reactions and feedback to the preliminary report for Phase 2 of MSU's Title IX External Review.

"Moving Forward" with Jordyn Wieber was held March 22 at the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts Pasant Theatre. Wieber, sexual assault survivor and Olympic gold medalist, will be speaking about empowerment and overcoming adversity. Sponsored by RHA.  

Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative Self-care Collection Drive
NSSC collected a variety of self-care items to donate to the MSU Sexual Assault Program.

"Open Mic, Open Stage, Open Space" for all MSU students was held Feb. 18. in the Auditorium.

"Reflect and Connect," which provided an opportunity for Spartans to come together and share their experiences, express their feelings and talk about how recent events are affecting them personally and professionally. The MSU staff and faculty session took place Feb. 8 and the student session took place Feb. 13.

"Working Together to Interrupt Rape Culture" was held on Feb. 28.

CANR Open Forum for students was hosted by College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Feb. 19, 21 and 23.

We Hear You. This student roundtable was hosted by ASMSU, COGS and RHA Feb. 26.

“Our Community: Engaging to Move Forward” was held Feb. 22, 23, 26 and March 2.