One Act is a skills training for Carolina students who are interested in preventing interpersonal violence, led by peer educators and a full-time or graduate staff member.
One Act has two different training types that students can schedule for their group. The first is the standard four-hour One Act training that is specifically designed to create a safer campus climate one student or group at a time.
In Spring 2013, One Act launched “One Act for Greeks,” a new, three-hour training designed for social sororities and fraternities on UNC Chapel Hill’s campus affiliated with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Live and Community Involvement. It includes bystander intervention for sexual assault and high-risk drinking.
One Act for Greeks is a collaboration between OFSL-CI and Student Wellness and was developed under a grant in 2012-2013 through the UNC Parent's Council.
Interested fraternities and sororities should contact email@example.com for more information or fill out the One Act for Greeks intake form.