VCU requires all students to complete an online training called "Not Anymore" about sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. Click the link above to complete the training.
RAMSWay, is a series of routes connecting key locations, such as classroom buildings, gyms, libraries, residence halls, and parking decks, on the campuses of VCU.
Attend events from Aug. 29 Oct. 7 to win prizes. Submit your points and earn a free t-shirt when you attend four events and a chance to win prizes!
As advocates for students, Dean of Students Office help students chart a path toward success, overcome barriers and ensure the proper support services are being utilized.
View a list of frequently asked questions about the Title IX training Not Anymore at http://www.students.vcu.edu/not-anymore-training/.
See which organizations and students were honored during the the VCU 2016 Leadership & Service Awards.
VCU officials, including VCU Police, are aware of the communications. Any reprehensible and offensive comments that are intended to demean or despise specific individuals or groups are inconsistent with VCU values. It also is important as a public university to uphold ethical and legal obligations. The First Amendment prohibits prior restraints on speech and taking adverse action against individuals based on the viewpoint of the speech. Most verbal statements and social media are protected speech, no matter how appalling or insensitive they are to others. We trust that our students grasp the need to balance between First Amendment protected speech, and the need for educators and students alike to counter offensive or distasteful speech with words that inspire and encourage.