Learn to examine the psychological aspect of sudden attacks on the body, the prevention psychology, managing social or professional physical harassments, and cover the sexual assault countermeasures to neutralize a threat.
Location: Foster Recreation Center, Studio A
- Session 1: September 22-23, register by September 19
- Session 2: October 20-21, register by October 17
- Session 3: November 17-18, register by November 14
Time: 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Fee: Free! (Pre-registration required)
NOTE: Please wear comfortable clothing.
SHARP—the Self-Defense and Rape Prevention training—is a free 5 hour women's self defense course free for MSU females.
This two-session evening course is conducted by the Missouri State University department of safety and transportation and is designed for women. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.
Students register online through Campus Recreation's webpage. Faculty & staff register through Human Resources Trianing webpage.