Mission Statement

    Greeks Against Sexual Assault works towards increasing awareness, educating, and eliminating sexual assault and dating violence from the Greek community through peer education and activism amongst sororities and fraternities nationwide.


    The University of California, Davis has operated the Campus Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) since 1979. 

    In an effort to further target the Greek community, GASA was created through CVPP in the spring of 2007.  A class was developed and all Greek chapters were encouraged to have a representative enroll. The first class in the fall of 2007 had 16 representatives who were educated on the facts about sexual assault and the resources available on campus.  The final project for the class was for each representative to go back and present their new knowledge to their own chapters. 

    Due to the enormous success of the pilot program, the class will be offered on a bi-annual basis and we look forward to sharing the program with many campuses in the coming months.

  • Symbol



    The symbol is a teal ribbon with two olive branches. The teal ribbon is the national symbol for sexual assault awareness and the olive branch is the Greek symbol for peace. There are two olive branches symbolizing sororities and fraternities coming together to eliminate sexual assault from the Greek community.