Campus Leadership Program


2019-2020 Campus Fellows at our San Francisco Orientation, August 2019

Applications now open for the the 2022-2023 Campus Leadership Program! 

Applications Due: June 15, 2022

Who is eligible?: Ten undergraduate students with at least 2 years enrolled at your campus in health-related fields of study.  Students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities, and other colleges/universities with a significant population of students from underrepresented communities will be given priority.

Complete the application today!

Campus leaders receive guidance from FUTURES staff, mentorship from previous cohorts, and support from fellow campus leaders across the country to help improve responses to domestic/sexual violence on their campuses. Campus leaders receive access to FUTURES’ resources and materials, participate in regular knowledge-sharing among their peers, and interact with a vibrant learning community of campus activists.

The Campus Leaders Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity to change university policies, enhance curriculum, and help shift campus culture surrounding dating violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

The Campus Leaders Fellowship Program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families. Learn more about other Futures Without Violence Health programs.

For questions, please email Anisa Ali: