Proactive Green Dots for Students

  • Tell a friend of yours that ending violence is important to you.
  • Add the phrase “Green Dot Supporter” to your Facebook or Twitter profiles.
  • Using email, text, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat – send a mass message out to all of your friends that violence prevention matters to you, and give them the link to campus or community resources.
  • Volunteer at the Sexual Assault Resource Center or Phoebe’s Home.
  • Join the Student Anti-Violence Educators (SAVE) and teach other students how to end power-based personal violence.
  • If you are concerned that a friend of yours might be a victim of violence, gently ask if you can help and respect their answer.
  • Attend a program or event designed to raise awareness about violence.
  • Create a fund-raiser for a campus or community organization that works to address violence.
  • Look out for friends at parties or where alcohol is involved to ensure everyone arrives and leaves together.
  • Work to bring an education program to your class or group.
  • Hang a Green Dot poster on your door.
  • Hang an “I’m Green Dot Trained” placard on your door.