The Brave Project

The Brave Project is a certification program that provides education to the SDSU community on sexual assault prevention, resources, and support through a holistic social, feminist, and trauma-informed lens. The program is comprised of four modules, covering topics of Policies and Procedures, Rape Culture/Communication and Consent, Identity and Power, and Supporting Survivors and Creating Change. 

Register for The Brave Project Summer session! 

Do you want to stand against violence and support survivors on campus? The Brave Project certification equips you with knowledge and tools for sexual and gender-based violence prevention, all through a feminist and trauma-informed lens!

Together, we can work toward a violence-free campus. Sign up for our summer session by July 5 at

If you or someone you know has experienced interpersonal violence, you can seek support through the following options:

- Domestic Violence Resources During COVID-19

- Becky's House, (619) 234-3164

- Center for Community Solutions, (858) 272-5777

- Crisis Text Line, text HOME to 741741

- Legal Hotline, call 567-SHATTER

- Suicide Prevention Lifeline, (800) 273-8255

- San Diego Access & Crisis Line, (888) 724-7240

- Women's Resource Center in Oceanside, (760) 547-8800

- 211 is connected to all housing, food, and medical services county wide

- You can contact any of the offices above in addition to:

- Counseling and Psychological Services, (619) 594-5220, [email protected] 

- Rise: a confidential support group for survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence

- Economic Crisis Response Team, [email protected] 

SDSU Title IX:

- Victim Advocate, (619) 594-0210, [email protected]

-Survivor Advocacy Services, [email protected]