Green Dot

Green Dot is a prevention program addressing power-based personal violence (e.g. bullying, sexual assault, domestic, violence, stalking, etc). Green Dot equips students, faculty and staff to recognize warning signs, develop intervention options, and proactively change cultural norms. The Green Dot program is a first step in a long term, comprehensive primary prevention strategy on campus and within our community. As a nationally recognized program that is supported by rigorous research, the Green Dot program has reduced violence. Please help make our college a Green Dot campus.

Spring 2018
Green Dot Events


Green Dot Plinko

  • February 19
  • 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • Building 7, Tartan Marketplace

Play Plinko, win prizes, and learn about Green Dot.  

What's Your Green Dot

  • February 20
  • 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • Building 8, Stage

Learn about the Green Dot 3D’s and help us reduce personal, power-based violence in our community. Presented by Matt Massie and Kates Brommeland

Share a Green Dot

  • February 22
  • 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Building 14, 2nd Floor Lobby

Share how you have reduced personal, power-based violence in our community. 

Green dot with examples. A green dot is any behavior, choice, word, or attitude that promotes safety for everyone and communicates utter intolerance for bullying, dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or child abuse. A green dot is intervening in a high risk situation – a green dot is talking to your friends about how you feel about violence – a green dot is hanging up a prevention poster – a green dot is putting a green dot statement on your social networking page – a green dot is wearing your green dot gear – a green dot is putting a link on your website to your local prevention program – a green dot is organizing a training for your organization. A green dot is simply your individual choice at any given moment to make our community safer.

Look for the green dots on campus or email us at for more information.