The Aurora Center provides a safe and confidential space for students who are survivors of sexual assault. The purpose of the group is to offer information, options, support, relaxation, stress reduction exercises, and learn how trauma impacts the day to day struggles for students. The group serves as a welcoming and nurturing environment for each member to learn and grow from each other's on-going work towards recovery.
For Spring 2013:
Our current (Spring 2013) groups are for sexual assault survivors, and occur Thursdays from 1pm-2pm and Fridays 10am-11am. If you are interested in joining support group, please contact Megan Close at 612-624-0630 for an intake.
The group is co-facilitated by Iris Song, Psychologist (University Counseling and Consulting Services) and Megan Close, Direct Services Coordinator (The Aurora Center). An intake appointment is required prior to the first meeting attendance. If you are interested in joining, please call Megan for an appointment at 612-624-0630.
For an Online community, visit:
Online support group for survivors of sexual violence
"Dear Saturday Night,
I wish that you didn't have to exist...It’s been three years today that I was sexually assaulted.
I always wonder if I screamed loud enough, if I protested as much as I could have... While
that will remain unknown, you have given me the chance to say, loudly and unabashedly—
STOP. I will no longer be a victim..." To Read more visit "Saturday Night: Untold Stories of Sexual Assault at Duke