Wildcats Make a Pact

Wildcats Make a Pact is a bystander intervention training that provides participants with the skills to help them intervene safely when they see behavior that puts others at risk for violence, victimization, or perpetration. These include speaking out against rape myths and sexist language, supporting victim/survivors, and intervening in potentially violent situations. Wildcats Make a Pact is an evidence-based program based on a model from the University of New Hampshire.

Additional Information

  • Wildcats Make a Pact is approximately 90 minutes long.
  • Classes will range between 8 and 35 participants.

The Wildcats Make a Pact program is now a part of the Morrison Famiy Center for Student Well-Being. Please email Trina Knight, K-State's Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Specialist, for any additional questions regarding Wildcats Make a Pact, including volunteer facilitator opportunities.


"I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept." - Angela Davis