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It’s On Us

  • It's On Us – 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted in college
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  • It's On Us – 8 in 10 victims knew their attacker (friend, significant other, etc)
    It’s On Us #4

  • It's On Us – It is estimated that between 2-7% of sexual assault reports are false.
    It’s On Us #6

  • It's On Us – 40% of survivors fear reprisal by their attacker
    It’s On Us #1

  • It's On Us – Only 2% of incapacitated rape survivors report assault
    It’s On Us #2

  • It's On Us – Only 13% of rape survivors report assault.
    It’s On Us #3



Take The Pledge

Boise State has partnered with the White House in the It’s On Us campaign that will fundamentally shift the way we think about sexual assault. By taking the It’s On Us pledge, you are making a commitment to being part of the solution to end the problem of sexual assault and violence on our campus.

Boise State C.A.R.E. Program

Boise State cares about our students; C.A.R.E. stands for Campus Assessment Resource and Education. Living, learning, and working at Boise State can be stressful and sometimes the reason behind someone who is disruptive, threatening or irrational. The CARE team is a multidisciplinary team made up of representatives from different offices across campus.

Our Partners

Genter Equity Center: The Boise State University Gender Equity Center empowers students to achieve their academic goals by providing educational outreach, support services and a safe place. We promote active citizenship and focus primarily on gender-related issues, encouraging dialogue about the social construction of gender and how gender intersects with race, ethnicity, class, sex, sexual orientation, ability, age and nationality.  The Gender Equity Center is housed in our Student Union Building near the Student Diversity Center.
Title IX: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities. Title IX applies to public and private educational institutions that receive federal funds–including Boise State University.  Our Title IX Director is Annie Kerrick, her email is akerrick@boisestate.edu.  Her office can be found in the Dean of Students Office.

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