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The Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Alliance (SARPA) was developed to strengthen and formalize the coordination of services offered by agencies that respond to sexual assaults involving Oregon State University students. Our hope is that these alliances will benefit residents of the greater Corvallis community as well.
Sexual assault is a term that describes all non-consensual sexual contact, and may describe a range of behaviors that violate Oregon State law or the OSU Student Conduct Regulations. Consent is described as a freely given, voluntary, participatory agreement to engage in the sexual activity by all involved.
SARPA participants include representatives from the following agencies: