Rape is a very real aspect of our society, one in three women can expect to be sexually assaulted.
RAD is a comprehensive self-defense course designed for women which combines physical techniques and common sense crime prevention methods. WFU Police Department employees have been trained and certified to be RAD instructors. RAD gives women the tools to defend themselves and builds the self-confidence a woman needs in order to survive an attack.
In a partnership with Women Studies, RAD is offered as an accredited class here at Wake Forest. It is a pass/fail course lasting a half of a semester. For more information on the accredited class, please contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For non-accredited classes (Yes, you can have just your group of friends in one class). Three weeks advance notification is needed to set up such a class.
Who teaches RAD?
RAD is taught by certified instructors.
Do you need any prior experience to attend this class? Do I need to be in top physical shape to participate?
No. This program is designed for the average woman with no previous experience or background in physical skills training.
Where are the classes taught?
RAD classes are taught on campus through Women’s and Gender Studies and the University Police Department.
Will I receive academic credit?
This class receives one academic credit.
Where can I find the course schedule?
Download the 2017 Course Schedule from the Office of the University Registrar.
If you have specific questions that aren’t addressed above please send them to email@example.com.
Eighteen-year-old Lily Konowitz of Newton, Mass. fought off simulated attackers in a self defense class earlier this year. Read how RAD helped her when she was assaulted in Aruba this summer.