S.A.F.E. Greeks

The Sexual Assault Forum to Educate Greeks, or S.A.F.E. Greeks, is a student-led initiative under the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. Founded in 2015, S.A.F.E. Greeks works with all four of the governing councils in order to educate members of the Greek community about Sexual Assault and how they can be a part of the solution.

The organization also helps to coordinate student trainings with the Office of Respect on Active Bystander Skills (ABS) and Sexual Assault Peer Advocacy (SAPA) for chapters throughout the year. S.A.F.E. Greeks continues to work with students as part of the Emory Greek Community’s commitment to prevent sexual assault on the University campus.

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates (SAPA)

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates (SAPA) provides training to undergraduate and graduate students about what to say, what not to say, and how to help survivors of sexual assault. SAPA 101 Sessions are free and open to all current Emory students. SAPA offers a myriad of ways to get involved with creating a survivor supportive Emory campus. From weekly meetings to advocate trainings, SAPA is our largest student group and has trained over 3,000 students.