Green Dot for Faculty

Faculty Toolkit

Thank you for taking the time to find out how you can integrate Green Dot into your classroom.  We recognize that not everyone has the time to research strategies for incorporating active bystander behaviors into your curriculum.  We are proud to offer the Green Dot Toolkit for Faculty listed below!  In the toolkit, you will find paper topics, PowerPoint content to begin a discussion about bystander behaviors, syllabus statements, extra credit assignments, and journal writing assignments.  We hope that you find this toolkit helpful.

Green Dot Faculty Toolkit 


Don’t Cancel That Class!

If you are thinking of canceling an upcoming class, why don’t you give us a call?  We would be happy to find one of our facilitators who can deliver a fun presentation on Green Dot and teach your students how they can engage in safe, pro-social behaviors which will reduce violence on our campus.  For more information, contact the Health Promotion office at 979-862-9111 or email


Reporting an Incident of Power-Based Personal Violence

Even with our efforts to end power-based personal violence, we recognize that incidents of sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence involving our students or another member of the Texas A&M community happen.  If you would like to report an incident of power-based personal violence, you can file a Tell Somebody Report online which can be anonymous.  If you would like to speak with someone, contact:

Please visit the link below for a list of reporting options, survivor rights, and resources for the Texas A&M campus.

Student Assistance Services’ Sexual Violence/Harassment page

For information about reporting violations of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 at Texas A&M University, visit the University Risk and Compliance website.