University of Houston-Victoria

Title IX and Equal Opportunity

Digital Series for Inclusion at UHV

Please scroll down to see samples of annual campaign digital ads designed at the University of Houston-Victoria to prevent violence and promote inclusivity. The ads below originated for digital tv display, but are also adapted for social media.

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For more digital content, visit our social media platforms @equal_UHV. Transcripts are available for informational videos.

Or jump to an ad series by topic:

Consent

(Campus Safety Month in September)

Digital tv ads for "Set the Tone for Consent" include image of sound bar with words associated with consent (positive, willing, communicated, conscious, affirmed, continual, free, wanted, safe, mutual, respect, welcome, informed, clear, able and equal). Posters also include the following campus resource information:

Consent poster and resources showing sound bar and

Consent poster and resources showing sound bar and

Violence Prevention Series

(Campus Safety Month in September)

Digital ads include the following violence prevention tips and efforts:

  • Don't go along with the crowd. Make it clear that bullying is unacceptable.
  • Create a distraction by diverting negative or harassing behavior.
  • Provide an opportunity for a targeted or harassed person to get away safely.
  • If someone is unsafe, call Campus Security at 361-570-HELP (4357), RAs or other employees.
  • Offer your support to the targeted or harassed person.
  • Find allies and make a safety plan to prevent future violence.
  • Report an incident immediately so a targeted person can be offered support services.
  • As an active bystander, directly intervene only if you are safe.

Series also include the following resource information:

  • UHV Student Affairs Counseling Center at 361-570-4135.
  • UHV Title IX and Equal Opportunity at 361-570-4835.
  • UH Police at 361-570-HELP (4357).
  • Dial 911 in an emergency.

Digital ad includes the following violence prevention tips and efforts

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts 

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts. Distraction.

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts.

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts. Offer support.

Digital ads include the violence prevention tips and efforts. Report.

Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Series

(Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October)

Digital ads include 8 relationship rights as well as the following resource information:

  • Love does not hurt. Jags Take ACTION. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). ACTION Awareness Campaign To Identify the problem, Observe the signs, and Notify and get help. 
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233.
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE (4673). 
  • myPlan is a free guide to determine if a relationship is unsafe and create a safety plan based on personal situations. 
  • Dial 911 in an emergency.
  • Campus resources: UHV Counseling Center (361-570-4135), Title IX and Equal Opportunity (361-570-4835), Campus Police (361-570-HELP or 361-570-4357).

ACTION Awareness Campaign To Identify the problem, Observe the signs, and Notify and get help. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

ACTION Awareness Campaign To Identify the problem, Observe the signs, and Notify and get help. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). UHV Counseling Center Logo. UH Police Badge Logo.

Love does not hurt. National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233 www.thehotline.org. National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE (4673) www.rainn.org. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Love does not hurt. National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233. National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE (4673). University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). UHV Counseling Center Logo. UH Police Badge Logo.

Love does not hurt. myPlan is a guide to determine if a relationship is unsafe and create a safety plan based on personal situations. Free at www.myPlanapp.org. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Love does not hurt. myPlan is a free guide to determine if a relationship is unsafe and create a safety plan based on personal situations. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). UHV Counseling Center Logo. UH Police Badge Logo.

List of Relationship Rights: 

  1. You have the right to privacy, both online and offline.
  2. You have the right to feel safe and respected. 
  3. You have the right to choose when or if to have sex and with whom.
  4. You have the right to decide who you want to date or not date. 
  5. You have the right to say no (to sex, drugs or a relationship), even if you said yes before. 
  6. 6. You have the right to fun activities and time with friends and family without your partner becoming jealous or controlling. 
  7. You have the right to end a relationship that is not right or healthy for you. 
  8. You have the right to live free from violence and abuse.

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 1. You have the right to privacy, both online and offline. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 2. You have the right to feel safe and respected. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 3. You have the right to choose when or if to have sex and with whom. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 4. You have the right to decide who you want to date or not date. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 5. You have the right to say no (to sex, drugs or a relationship), even if you said yes before. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 6. You have the right to fun activities and time with friends and family without your partner becoming jealous or controlling. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 7. You have the right to end a relationship that is not right or healthy for you. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Relationship Rights help you to set boundaries that should be respected by both parties in a healthy relationship. 8. You have the right to live free from violence and abuse. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Disability Awareness Series

(Disability Awareness Month in October) 

Here for You. Sharing information and resources for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal including:

  • Did you know? Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. He also had a learning disability and was partially deaf. Lightbulb image.
  • Did you know? The first wheelchair-accessible vehicle was invented by Ralph Braun. He was born with muscular dystrophy. Mobility wheelchair ramp use image.
  • Did you know? Haben Girma is an advocate for people with disabilities. She was the first deaf-blind graduate of Harvard Law School.
  • Did you know? Farida Bedwei is a micro-finance leader from Ghana, and 130 institutions use her cloud banking software worldwide. Bedwei was born with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Did you know? Stevie Wonder was born prematurely, which led to his blindness. He was the first Motown and the second black artist to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song. Piano image.
  • Did you know? Frida Kahlo was the first Latin American artist to break $1 million in sales for a single piece of art. She began her art career after an accident displaced three of her vertebrae. Art brush image.
  • Did you know? People with dyslexia include: Henry Ford, Danny Glover, Keira Knightley, Jay Leno, Muhammed Ali, Jennifer Aniston, Steven Spielberg.
  • Did you know? The Americans with Disabilities Act is only 29 years old. Images of figurines showing people of various abilities.
  • Did you know? 1 in 4 Americans live with a disability. Image of four figurines.
  • Did you know? The most common types of disabilities reported by college students are learning, ADHD/ADD and mental health conditions. Image of figurine with question thought bubble.

What can you do for Disability Awareness Month?

  1. Be an Ally for people with disabilities.
  2. Build inclusive real-world and online spaces.
  3. Share the knowledge. Figurine with hand to chin image.

University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). UHV Disability Services logo.

Here for You. Sharing information and resources for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify). UHV Disability Services logo. #jaxnation

What can you do for Disability Awareness Month? 1. Be an Ally for people with disabilities. 2. Build inclusive real-world and online spaces. 3. Share the knowledge. Figurine with hand to chin image. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand)

Did you know? The Americans with Disabilities Act is only 29 years old. Images of figurines showing people of various abilities. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Did you know? 1 in 4 Americans live with a disability. Image of four figurines. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Did you know? The most common types of disabilities reported by college students are learning, ADHD/ADD and mental health conditions. Image of figurine with question thought bubble. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Inte

Did you know? Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. He also had a learning disability and was partially deaf. UHV Disability Services Logo. October is Disability Awareness Month. #jaxnation.

Did you know? The first wheelchair-accessible vehicle was invented by Ralph Braun. He was born with muscular dystrophy. Mobility wheelchair ramp use image. UHV Disability Services Logo. October is Disability Awareness Month. #jaxnation.

Did you know? Haben Girma is an advocate for people with disabilities. She was the first deaf-blind graduate of Harvard Law School. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Did you know? Farida Bedwei is a micro-finance leader from Ghana, and 130 institutions use her cloud banking software worldwide. Bedwei was born with Cerebral Palsy. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Did you know? The first wheelchair-accessible vehicle was invented by Ralph Braun. He was born with muscular dystrophy. Mobility wheelchair ramp use image. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Did you know? Stevie Wonder was born prematurely, which led to his blindness. He was the first Motown and the second black artist to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song. Piano image. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Obse

Did you know? Frida Kahlo was the first Latin American artist to break $1 million in sales for a single piece of art. She began her art career after an accident displaced three of her vertebrae. Art brush image. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart i

Did you know? People with dyslexia include: Danny Glover, Keira Knightley, Jay Leno, Muhammed Ali, Jennifer Aniston, Steven Spielberg. UHV Disability Services Logo. Learn more for Disability Awareness Month @UHV_Equal.#jaxnation. University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert with words Observe, Intervene, Notify).

Self-harm and Suicide Prevention

(Prevention Series in November)

Here for You. Sharing information and resources for Self-harm and Suicide Prevention @UHV_Equal. See slide descriptions below.

Series of digital ads all include the following resource information:

  • The Counseling Center can help. 361-570-4135. UHV Logo. Student Affairs Counseling Center Logo (two hands holding in heart shape).

  • Jags STOP Violence graphic with #JAXNATION.

  • University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity Logo (rainbow hand with heart insert and words "observe, intervene, notify").

mental health here for you

mental health statistic one in five self harm

Digital ad above includes text: Did you know? Approximately 1 in 5 U.S. college students engage in nonsuicidal self-harm behaviors.

mental health physical warning signs

menta lhealth physical warning signs continued

Digital ads above include text: 

Do you know the physical warning signs of possible self-harm?

  • Cutting
  • Burning
  • Hitting
  • Pinching
  • Continual, thick wristbands
  • Unexplained scars or injuries
  • Skin picking
  • Bone breaks
  • Hair pulling
  • Head banging
  • Self-medication or poisoning

mental health behavioral warning signs

mental health behavioral warning signs continued

Digital ads above include text: 

Do you know the behavioral warning signs of possible self-harm?

  • Low self-esteem or self-image
  • Secretive behavior
  • Missing sharp objects
  • Wearing long sleeves (especially when warm) to hide injuries
  • Excessive alone time
  • Drastic mood changes
  • Excessive behavior
  • Social isolation
  • Impulsivity
  • Poor coping reactions

mental health risk factors

Digital ad above includes text: 

Do you know the risk factors for possible self-harm?

  • Stressful events
  • Depression
  • Loss of loved one
  • Loss of social status
  • Previous self-harm
  • Abusive history/trauma
  • Chronic pain or illness
  • Mental conditions

mental health protective factors

Digital ad above includes text: 

Do you know what factors prevent self-harm?

  • Effective problem-solving
  • Impulse control
  • Connections to community
  • Goals and motivations
  • Responsibility for others (family, pets, friends)

mental health bystander intervention

Digital ad above includes text: 

What can you do for Suicide Prevention?

  • Learn how to (external link) "Be the 1" and help save a life.
  • Attend a QPR Training hosted by the UHV Counseling Center.

mental health suicide prevention lifeline

Digital ad above includes text: 

Looking for 24-hour help in a time of crisis or to talk to someone?

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

800-273-8255