Violence Intervention & Prevention Program


While the CSS campus has moved to an online format, please take the following steps to receive GEVA services, including advocacy and referrals.

  • Email or use the referral form to contact a GEVA. A member of the GEVA team will reach out to contact you and set up an appointment via phone or zoom. Please note there will be no face-to-face GEVA meetings at this time
  • If you need immediate support, please contact PAVSA at 218-726-1931, RAINN at for an online chat option, or The National Domestic Violence hotline at or 1-800-799-7233
  • If you are in need of support during a Title IX process, please contact


During this temporary virtual campus time, the VIP office has moved our Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming online! Check out our online presentation full of activities and resources. 

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The goal of the Violence Intervention & Prevention (VIP) Program is to create a campus culture that is safe and equitable for all members. Through education and support, we hope to create a culture of gender equity free from gender-based and sexual violence.

VIP Program and GEVA team members work with and serves any member, regardless of identity or background, of the CSS campus community. VIP Program Staff works and collaborates with folks who will serve any campus community member of all different gender identities, gender expressions, and sexualities regardless of whether they are a primary, secondary, or tertiary victim/survivor.


Reporting Options:

Online Report Form

Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators in-person 



Violence Intervention and Prevention Office

Community Resources

Sexual & Gender-Based Misconduct Policy

Student Handbook

Contact Us:

Michelle Ruszat Klee
Violence Intervention and Prevention Coordinator
GEVA Member
Tower 2128
(218) 733-2227