Activism-Office of Community Standards & Integrity - Carnegie Mellon University


It is important to that you find your voice and your passion in the violence prevention movement. Carnegie Mellon encourages student activism as a method for addressing important issues in our culture and society. In addition to advising student organizations invested in activism, we welcome opportunities to discuss issues and topics important to students. Find your voice in the organizations identified below, through starting a new organization, or through participating in the many educational programs associated with SHIFT.

Join a student organization:

Learn more about CMU policy:

Check out the results of the SARV Study: