University Of Montana to require all students to take sexual violence tutorial
- The University of Montana is introducing a first-of-its-kind tutorial addressing sexual violence and personal behavior, citing it as a crucial step in creating a campus free of violence and requiring all students to watch the tutorial and score 100% on a quiz before being able to register for second semester classes.
- The tutorial, called "Personal Empowerment Through Self Awareness," consists of 7 short videos focusing on Montana law pertaining to rape and sexual assault, the legal definition of consent, sexual predators and the "rape-prone" culture of America.
- Additionally, the videos share the many options students have if sexually assaulted, and tells students how to speak out to protect their friends or prevent their friends from making poor decisions.
From the article:
Calling it a critical component of creating a violence-free campus, the University of Montana this week unveiled a first-of-its-kind tutorial aimed at addressing sexual violence and personal behavior. ...
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