Sexual Assault Prevention Support & Accountability

Wake Forest University students were invited to participate in a survey last spring about their experiences and views related to sexual misconduct while they have been enrolled.

The purpose of the survey was to collect information about the prevalence of sexual assault and other sexual misconduct, students’ awareness and use of institutional resources, and perceptions of safety on campus.

The survey was confidential, allowing students to be open about their Wake Forest experience without tying their identity to their responses. Wake Forest Contracted with the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) an outside vendor, out of the University of Chicago.

It is SAPSA’s role to use this data in collaboration with administration and students to create a better campus climate where students feel supported and receive the necessary help they deserve.

To learn more about the survey’s results, please view the Executive Summary.

The Committee

From left to right: Joe Wyche, Jackson Haskell, Isaiah Little, Lily Egbert, Rachel Edwards, Abby Stubelis, Maggie Knight, Lucy Ellis, Lillie Davenport, Taylor McCabe, and Carly Nelson

If you are interested in learning more or have any questions, please reach out to Co-Chairs Lillie Davenport and Maggie Knight.