Requesting a Program

Educational Programs at UNH

We have created a variety of educational programming on sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking and consent, specifically for the UNH community.

Our programs...

      • Are created and presented by SHARPP staff and trained student volunteers
      • Are designed based on the needs of the audience
      • Can include lecture, discussion, videos, interactive activities and/or experiential learning
      • Generally run for 1 – 1.5 hours
      • Are available to the University of New Hampshire community only.

Programs Available

Each program can be tailored to the needs of the audience. All of our programs are presented by SHARPP staff and trained volunteers.

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We require at least two-weeks notice to present a program. Our programs are only available to the UNH Community.
Additionally, we do not provide educational programming on Friday or Saturday nights.

If you have questions, please call (603) 862-3494.



SHARPP 101

This program is approximately 20 minutes.

A brief overview of what SHARPP’s services are and how students, faculty and staff can access SHARPP. Included in this brief presentation is an overview of sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking and what these issues look like on the UNH campus.

YOU CAN HELP

This program is approximately 60 minutes.

This program engages Wildcats about the importance of their role in helping to end sexual violence at UNH. The program empowers students to help make UNH a safer community.

 

Putting the yes, yes, YES back in Sex!

This program is approximately 60 minutes.

This is a program that will get audience members talking (and laughing) about sex! Let’s talk about sex, consent and what that means for UNH students. The effect of alcohol and other drugs in sexual contact is also examined. It is your consent 101 destination.

Male Victims of Sexual Assault:
Deconstructing Myths and Creating a Community of Healing

This program is approximately 60-90 minutes.

This program is divided into two parts; examining the myths and misconceptions of male victims of sexual assault and how do we create a community that is conducive to healing. It is an interactive program that combines group activities, videos, and current research to provide a space that allows people to ask questions and learn more about this often forgotten about population.

None of Your Business?
A Look at Relationship Abuse & the Role of Bystanders

This program is approximately 60 to 90 minutes.

What can one reasonably expect from a partner? Where is the line between love and abuse? What about the gray areas? This interactive program includes discussion and activities that explore the warning signs of abuse, dynamics of abusive relationships, strategies for intervention and safety planning. Participants will examine ways to support a friend, and discuss key factors in healthy relationships.

Hookup with Confidence

This program is 30 to 60 minutes and can also be molded into a lobby program

A look at the importance of consent when hooking up. Through work in small groups participants will “design” a sexual encounter that includes consent and alcohol. Students will discuss how their self-designed scenario fits into UNH’s definition of consensual sex. It is program packed with laughter and exploration. 

Living in a Rape Culture

This program is approximately 80 minutes.

This program looks at the ways women and men have adapted to living in a “rape culture” and how popular media and culture reinforce behaviors. Activities enable participants to examine what a rape culture is, and how this context affects daily lives of women and men differently. This program will use exercises and visuals to facilitate discussion about rape culture.

Sexual Harassment: What Crosses the Line?


This program is approximately 60 minutes.

This program uses scenarios and discussions to clarify the concept of sexual harassment. After talking about what sexual harassment means, discovering the difference between flirting vs. hurting, participants discuss appropriate professional, educational, and social boundaries.

Pin the Condom on Consent

Duration of this program is determined by requestor.

An interactive and fun lobby program that engages students as they come and go from their residence hall. Much like Pin the Tail on The Donkey, participants are blind folded and asked to pin a condom on a consent board. Of course prizes can be won!

Street Harassment: What’s the Big Deal Anyways?

This program is approximately 60 minutes.

A look at street harassment and its impact and role within a rape culture. With the use of videos, students will examine the harmful effects of sexual harassment on the streets. 

The Traveling Clothesline Project

Duration of this program is determined by requestor.

A visual display of the Clothesline Project is set up in lobbies for students to view. The Clothesline Project is a display of t-shirts made by survivors of sexual assault and relationship abuse. Each t-shirt is anonymously made by former and current UNH community members telling their story and spreading awareness about the issues of sexual violence and relationship abuse.

Just the Basics

This program is approximately 60-90 minutes.

An interactive presentation of what is sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking. This program includes information and statistics about incidence here at UNH and the larger community. This program also includes campus resources for survivors and allies of survivors.

Design Your Own Program

Duration of this program is determined by requestor.

Don't see a topic or program that fits your needs? We can meet with you to discuss and design a program that is tailored to your audience and goals. We can also provide professional training for faculty/staff and debriefing sessions.

Please note that we may need more than two weeks to design a program.

 

Register for SHARPP PROGRAM REQUEST on Eventbrite


We require at least two-weeks notice to present a program. Our programs are only available to the UNH Community.
Additionally, we do not provide educational programming on Friday or Saturday nights.

If you have questions, please call (603) 862-3494.