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Students feel safe, aware of resources, according to survey

Thursday, February 08, 2024
University of Hawaiʻi News

The majority of University of Hawaiʻi students feel safe from sexual harassment and gender based violence when on campus, according to the 2023 Student Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Harassment and Gender Violence. The biennial survey of UH’s 10 campuses also found that dating or domestic violence is still the most common form of harassment/violence and that awareness of on-campus services and resources has increased dramatically since the first survey seven years ago. 

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