We all play a part in creating a safe and supportive campus. At MacEwan University, we are committed to creating a culture of consent and ending sexual violence on campus.

The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response can provide support, help you interpret policy and guide you in creating positive change. Join us in building a culture of consent at MacEwan University.

Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic

We are committed to providing information and support services to individuals impacted by different forms of sexual violence, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, relationship violence and cyber violence. Currently, we are providing support services via email and online communication platforms.

Email us at osvper@macewan.ca or call us at 780-633-3268 to schedule an appointment.

Ending Sexual Violence: Student Research Forum Call for Submissions
All MacEwan students are invited to submit course work on the topic of sexual violence to the Sexual Violence Student Research Award and Forum. Submission deadline: April 30.
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MAVEN Peer Education Program
Receive comprehensive training on consent, healthy relationships, sexual violence prevention, bystander intervention, anti-oppression and supporting survivors of sexual violence.
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Campus Survey on Sexual Violence

In 2019, we surveyed MacEwan students and employees to learn about their perspectives on, and experiences with, sexual violence. Here's what we found out. 

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Do you need support?
Our Sexual Violence Response Coordinator, Meagan Simon, meets with individuals who have been impacted by sexual violence. She can provide support, information, access to campus and community support services and/or reporting options.
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MAVEN program recognized
The MacEwan Anti-Violence Education Network (MAVEN) received the Government of Alberta's 2020 Inspiration award. Started in Fall 2018, the program is one of several initiatives that create a culture of consent on campus.
Roxanne Runyon and Meagan Simon practice physical distancing while receiving an Inspiration Award from Rajan Sawhney, Minister of Community and Social Services Full Story