Between February and March 2018, the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey will give post-secondary students in Ontario the opportunity to provide feedback on the topic of sexual violence on and around their campuses, which includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, indecent exposure, voyeurism and sexual exploitation. By participating you can improve your institution’s knowledge of the current climate of sexual violence at your campus. Please note that some institutions are still working with their Research Ethics Boards and may not have approval for the survey at this time.
Sexual violence affects everyone. Help improve support services on your campus by taking part in the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey in 2018. This survey will ask questions on sexual violence and for your input on:
Beliefs and knowledge
Education and prevention
Institutional support services
On March 8, 2016, the government amended the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act and the Private Career Colleges Act to require institutions to have sexual violence policies and report to the Minister or the Superintendent on the effectiveness of those policies. The relevant legislation can be found at: