About Us


What we are

Calvin’s Sexual Assault Prevention Team educates the Calvin community about the realities of sexual assault and harassment. SAPT is a safe place for survivors of sexual assault, with members willing to support and direct anyone with questions about the topic, big or small. We work to heighten the awareness of the community, strengthening the possibility of prevention in future situations.

Who we are

An interdisciplinary committee of students, faculty, and administrators, each bringing our individual interests and abilities in areas such as psychology, pre-law, nursing, criminal justice, social work, education, gender studies, student development, and self-defense.

What we do

Awareness & Education

  • On Campus Programming & Workshops (Residence Hall events, films, speakers & discussions, self-defense, etc)
  • Off Campus Dinner & Discussions
  • Poster Campaigns
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April)
  • Trainings & Presentations (For student leaders, student employees, classrooms, and groups)

Support & Resources

Members are willing to provide support and offer resources. Cost-free counseling is available for all students at the Broene Counseling Center. Off campus referrals are also available. See Resources page for more information.

SAPT in the news

Past workshop links

  • The Trafficker Within: On Pornography – Kristyn Komarnicki - Audio
  • Sexual Justice: Why what we do with our bodies matters – Kristyn Komarnicki - Video
  • SAPT Chapel, April, 2014 - Video