National College Tour


College campuses play host to some of the most rampant sexual violence in the country.

1 in 5 women in college experiences sexual assault. College students are not equipped to deal with domestic violence – 57% say it is difficult to identify and 58% say they do not know how to help someone who is in danger. While 70%  of young people do not realize they are being abused by their partner, those who do know they are experiencing abuse resist reporting the incident or getting help because the closed, intersecting social networks of a college campus make victims feel trapped and fearful of victim-blaming. College students often lack the confidence or knowledge to take advantage of resources to escape unhealthy relationships.


The National Domestic Violence College Tour educates students about the differences between healthy and abusive relationships, where and how to get help, and how to help a friend in need. Participants examine domestic and sexual violence, tactics of abuse founded on power and control, warning signs of unhealthy relationships, how to cope with trauma and the importance of consent.

Our National Domestic Violence College Tour provides educational workshops, held on campus, sponsored by the respective colleges and universities as well as student-led groups.


BECKY’S FUND has visited more than 70 universities 
and colleges across the country to share knowledge and information, reaching more than 11,000 students over the past 11 years. Email for more information on how you can bring Becky’s Fund to your school today!