We're more than a group of students wanting to make a difference. We're a family. We've been disrespected or have disrespected others, and we help each other be real about it and respect others.

The Respect Movement is at Arizona State University and Red Mountain High School. More than 3,000 ASU students have taken the Pledge of Respect, including Sigma Phi Epsilon and the women's basketball team. Our goal is to spread The Respect Movement nationwide to other high school and college campuses. It's time to put an end to sexual assault.

SEE FOR YOURSELF

The Respect Movement at ASU partners with the Interfraternity Council and Sigma Phi Epsilon.

Hear what students are saying about the Respect Movement at Sun Devil Survivor.

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THE CHAPTERS

We started chapters at college and high school campuses to empower each other to initiate and influence through respect. It's up to each one of us to take responsibility, but it's a group effort that creates a movement. Get involved on your campus.

Red Mountain High School

  • Man Up President: John Doe
  • WOW Factor President: Jane Doe

Arizona State University

  • Man Up President: Justin Maenner
  • WOW Factor President: Rachel Olsson