What is Turn The Campus Teal?

TTCT is the month-long awareness campaign that takes place in April across all Rutgers campuses as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. TTCT is a way to connect the university community, including survivors, advocates, students, organizations, faculty and staff in the common purpose of raising awareness and support around dating violence. By participating in TTCT we make a statement that we will work together to support survivors, help to prevent acts of abuse and violence as positive, active bystanders and speak out about dating violence and other forms of interpersonal violence.

Why get involved?

In 2018 #iSPEAK Rutgers New Brunswick Climate Survey identified that the Rutgers community is facing rates of violence in alignment with the national average for college campuses. On our campus it was found that:

  • 24% of undergraduate women and 48% of graduate women reported experiencing sexual violence before coming to Rutgers.
  • 16% of heterosexual students reported at least one instance of unwanted sexual contact since coming to Rutgers.
  • 25% of queer-spectrum students reported at least one instance of unwanted sexual contact since coming to Rutgers.
  • 20% of undergraduate Rutgers student experienced a disclosure of sexual violence from another Rutgers student.


This issue impacts a significant part of our community and survivors deserve our support!

APRIL 2022 Calendar of Events:


April 1First day of SAAM: Update your Zoom with a new Background 1Background 2, Background 3, or Background 4

April 4-8: Turn the Campus Teal Week, WEAR TEAL!

April 8: Sexual Violence Awareness Month Vigil at 7pm – 8pm. Join us at Bishop Beach on the College Avenue Campus for a ceremony to honor survivors of interpersonal violence

April 11: Put on your Teal and share on social media! #RUTTCT22

April 27: VPVA Programming Board Presents:  Denim Day Clothesline Vorhees Mall

April 29: Honors College Host: Rutgers Pillow Project 3:30 – 5:30pm *this even is for Honors College Students


The End Sexual Violence (ESV) Committee, a divisional effort within Student Affairs works in strong collaboration with the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) and the Office of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX.