Healthy Relationships

Healthy relationships require you and your partner to have mutual respect, open communication, trust and honesty, equal distribution of power, boundaries, productive conflict resolution, and consensual. Safety is a foundation to having a healthy relationship. Partners should be able to grow individually and within the relationship. Relationships can be romantic, familial, friendship, and professional in nature and be with more than one individual. No matter how you and your partner(s) define the relationship, it should be a healthy and safe place for all. 

To learn more about healthy relationships visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

Green Dot

The goal of Green Dot is to implement a bystander intervention strategy that prevents and reduces power-based personal violence. Green Dot training is available for both students and staff.

Green Dot Training

It's On Us

The mission of It's On Us is to build the movement to combat campus sexual assault by engaging all students, including young men, and activating the largest student organizing program of it's kind in grassroots awareness and prevention...

Learn More About It's On Us

Safer Sex

Millersville University would like to provide our students with the resources needed to have safer sex. Including safer sex kits and frequently asked questions about consent. 

Safer Sex Information