The Safe Sisters program through the Women and Gender Resource Center consists of Greek Peer Educators from Panhellenic, NPHC, and professional sorority groups. Safe Sisters are trained by professional staff members on the issues of interpersonal violence with a goal of promoting positive bystander behavior and building safe communities.

What does a Safe Sister do?

As a trusted member of their organization, Safe Sisters serve as a uniquely positioned ally and resource within the chapter. They facilitate conversations within the chapter on interpersonal violence and connect members to campus and community resources. Safe Sisters play a vital role in supporting victims and survivors and raising awareness of interpersonal violence.

How do I become a Safe Sister?

Membership applications remain open on a rolling basis, and the next time applications will be reviewed in January 11, 2021. Interested students are encouraged to apply to be a Safe Sister online.

Students who are members of the Panhellenic, NPHC, and professional sorority community looking to serve in a supportive role are highly encouraged to apply to become a Safe Sister. Please contact Allison Kumar at for more information on the Safe Sisters program.