Sa VE instructs colleges and universities to provide education for students and employees addressing the issues of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
My Student Body is a comprehensive approach to reducing the risk of drug and alcohol abuse and sexual violence among college students.
My Student Body engages students and parents in effective, evidence-based prevention and gives administrators the data to target, evaluate, and strengthen prevention initiatives.
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Download FREE The newly revised Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (Sa VE) Act now requires colleges and universities to address the sexual violence students face on campus: the highest rates of stalking, the highest risk of nonfatal intimate partner violence, and high rates of rape or attempted rape.
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This post is inspired by some comments on a TV advert that I was recently featured in.Netizens have taken the liberty to highlight my non-beauty by comparing me to 如花, a Taiwanese entertainment personality famous for her “exaggerated ugliness”.After a lot of talking back and forth, it was discovered that for non-EU international students there are in fact no fees to study as an international student at Universities in Sweden.However, that is all about to change if the Swedish government has their way and a bill is going to be put before the Swedish parliament this fall to discuss and implement fees for international students.But, do not worry if you are planning to studying this year – the bill (if it comes into law) will not come into effect until 2010.For more information about this please see: If you cannot read Swedish, please try the online website translator at: This entry was posted on Friday, June 27th, 2008 at am and is filed under International Financial Aid, Study Abroad.