The Culture of Respect CORE Blueprint Program: Findings from a National Pilot Study

Describes the results of a yearlong, 14-institution pilot program grounded in the Culture of Respect Engagement Blueprint (CORE Blueprint), a six-pillar evidence-based framework that guides institutions in how to respond to and prevent campus sexual violence. The CORE Blueprint Program is unique in that it supports institutions of higher education in implementing a coordinated, comprehensive, multistakeholder approach that aims to shift campus culture toward one that is free from sexual violence. The program was designed to build participants’ capacity to make meaningful changes to campus policies and services, while engaging campus stakeholders in an ongoing process of feedback and reflection. The results of the program evaluation demonstrated that participating pilot institutions successfully implemented targeted policy and programmatic changes.

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