Institutions across the United States are answering the urgent call to action to address campus sexual violence by changing their policies, building effective prevention programs, and providing trauma-informed services. They are also investing in innovative ways to push this movement forward. Today, NASPA is proud to share that 53 institutions have demonstrated their commitment to this issue by joining the 2017 cohort of the Culture of Respect Collective. These institutions represent the inaugural class of the Collective, an initiative that provides a platform for schools to work together to build and sustain a Culture of Respect and end sexual violence on campus. Read the full story on the NASPA blog.