The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to preventing sexual misconduct, responding when it occurs, and supporting any person who has been subjected to sexual misconduct. The collaborative is a campuswide coalition charged with the role of expanding efforts to improve education, training and policy development to address sexual misconduct.
We envision a university community that is free from sexual misconduct including sexual violence and harassment of any kind. We seek to improve and sustain a culture of health and wellness in relationships, and promote a commitment to the welfare of others, protection of rights, and support all fundamental fairness and due process.
Collaborative on Sexual Misconduct Committee Report
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is committed to preventing sexual misconduct, responding when it occurs, and supporting any person who has been subjected to sexual misconduct. This collaborative report consists of an executive summary, a main report, and two appendices that include research and best practices for responding to sexual misconduct, and a social-ecological logic model for prevention and intervention in sexual misconduct.Download PDF
Nebraska has a long history of supporting anti-violence work on campus. Efforts go back to the establishment of the Women’s Center in 1971. PREVENT, a Recognized Student Organization, was established in 1998 to include a focus on sexual assault and relationship violence prevention and eventually advocacy. Campus events like Week Without Violence, Take Back the Night, and Not on My Campus were organized and sponsored through the Women’s Center.
The university took additional steps to address sexual and gender-based misconduct with the creation of the Center for Advocacy, Response and Education (CARE) in 2019. CARE offers two full-time advocates, increasing the availability of support services and is providing ongoing, comprehensive prevention awareness programs for students. Additional efforts included: