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End Rape on Campus (EROC) is a survivor advocacy organization dedicated to ending sexual violence through survivor support, public education, and policy and legislative reform.

We provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence on campus interested in filing federal complaints, organizing for change, or drawing public attention to hold their schools accountable.

We have assisted hundreds of students at dozens of schools file Title IXClery Act, and other civil rights complaints to seek justice and reform.

Action NOW

When major opportunities to counter sexual violence arise, we need people like you to rally around these crucial moments to instigate change.  This page features some of the most pressing initiatives facing us and provides opportunities to get involved. 

Click on the banners below to learn more about each campaign and make a difference.

Legislative push: Campus Accountability and Safety Act

The Bipartisan Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA) protects students and streamlines the response to and reporting of sexual assault. EROC supports this bill because it is survivor-centric and reflects the realities that survivors face everyday. Everyone has a part in passing this transformative piece of legislation. Stand with us. Learn more about CASA, how to ask your elected officials to support it, and spread the word.

The Bipartisan Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA) protects students and streamlines the response to and reporting of sexual assault. EROC supports this bill because it is survivor-centric and reflects the realities that survivors face everyday. Everyone has a part in passing this transformative piece of legislation. Stand with us. Learn more about CASA, how to ask your elected officials to support it, and spread the word.

Demand Kansas State University Investigate Sexual Assault at Fraternities

Stand with KSU Survivors. Demand that KSU investigate fraternity Sexual Assault. New York Times: Adele P. Kimmel, a lawyer with the public interest law group Public Justice, said the university’s decision not to investigate complaints of rape at off-campus fraternity houses appeared to directly contravene the Department of Education guidance and also sent a poor message to those off-campus fraternities. “It’s basically saying to fraternities, ‘Just make sure you commit rape at the fraternities and not on campus’ ” Ms. Kimmel said.

Stand with KSU Survivors. Demand that KSU investigate fraternity Sexual Assault.
New York Times: Adele P. Kimmel, a lawyer with the public interest law group Public Justice, said the university’s decision not to investigate complaints of rape at off-campus fraternity houses appeared to directly contravene the Department of Education guidance and also sent a poor message to those off-campus fraternities. “It’s basically saying to fraternities, ‘Just make sure you commit rape at the fraternities and not on campus’ ” Ms. Kimmel said.




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