UF Student Organization Wants To Put The Brakes On Rape
The AAREST program is an official agency of UF's student government, their goal is to stop rape on campus.
Today, the organization joined others at the sexual assault awareness fair to expose students to a problem that's no stranger to college campuses.
AAREST executive director Jillian Rogers says an easy way to protect yourself on campus is to utilize university wide programs available for free to students.
One such program, the Student Nighttime Auxilary Patrol, or S.N.A.P.
They give people a person to walk with when they have to travel through campus at night.
All the programs offered help prevent sexual crimes and promote a sense of safety throughout the community.
Rogers says her ultimate goal is to raise awareness with women, while enlightening men.
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