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Spring 2015 Staff


Anna Waugh, Undergraduate Intern; ajwaugh@k-state.edu


Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (C.A.R.E)
206 Holton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506




Kansas State University wants to provide a safe and equitable environment for every member of our campus community. The SafeZone program (Students, Administrators and Faculty for Equality) was created to easily identify persons, programs, and services that have made a special commitment to enhancing the quality of the K-State environment.


The purpose of the SAFE ZONE program is to provide campus "safe zones" where individuals affected by homophobia, hateful acts, & sexual violence can safely go for support and assistance. By placing the SAFE ZONE symbol on their office door, desk, or backpack, SAFE ZONE allies signify that their space is a safe place to talk about issues which impact people who have been affected by any type of hateful or homophobic act, or who have been affected by sexual violence, sexual harassment, or any criminal or distressing situation.

Register for training and day with Dr. David Lisak

Dr. David Lisak is a researcher and forensic consultant whose work includes the causes and consequences of interpersonal violence and the motives and characteristics of rapists. Click on the link above to explore the training agenda and register for event.




To register for a

Spring 2015 Introductory or Advanced Training

please click here!


Want to develop a SAFE ZONE at your site?

Here are some suggestions that may help you.

Want to get emails from SafeZone?

Please e-mail SafeZone at safezone@k-state.edu to receive information on trainings, events, etc.







SafeZone is a part of the Campaign for Nonviolence and a coalition of the following campus resources:
Counseling Services
Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education (CARE)
Office of Student Life
LGBT Resource Center, and
Office of Institutional Equity .