College students are paying it forward by taking selfies, posting them on social media and even sending it in the mail.
Many of them say they’re feeling empowered, having the option to share their photos with friends.
Some college students, like Samantha, have been taking selfies in their dorm rooms for the past few months, hoping to inspire their classmates to take more action to fight sexual assault.
The students are sharing their photos on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, sharing their stories and offering their own advice.
But one group of college students is also taking action.
One group of students has created a website called College-Owned-a-Shoes.com.
They say they are trying to get a message across that colleges are not alone in trying to help prevent sexual assault and abuse.
It is the first step in a campaign called College Owned A-Shoe, or CSA, which will be launched on Feb. 25.
They’re also calling on colleges to stop using campus spaces as their personal hangouts and stop using the word “safe.”
“College-owned-a-$s-hoes.net is a way for college students to share personal stories about how their college experiences have changed their lives,” they write on their website.
“The site will be hosted on a WordPress platform so you can share your personal story and tell the world about your college experiences.”
The students are hoping their efforts will draw attention to sexual assault on college campuses.
And the students say the word, “safe,” is a key element to the campaign.
“We want to help educate the world,” Samantha said.
“We want everyone to know that college is not safe.”
One student in particular is making a difference.
He’s the founder of the college owned-a-.shoes.org website, a nonprofit that promotes college owned shoes.
The website includes a map of colleges that offer free, one-on-one consultations for victims of sexual assault or stalking.
“The website is not designed to promote sexual assault,” the website states.
“It is designed to educate the public and provide information about campus safety.”
It is also a way to tell the college students that there are consequences for their actions.
“It is important to be aware of your actions,” the site reads.
“This website will help you be aware when you commit sexual assault.”
They say the campaign has already gained more than 50,000 likes on Facebook and has received thousands of emails from students and college staff.
“College students are so proud of the efforts that we are making and the people that we support,” the students wrote in an email to NBC News.
“I think the whole community is ready for us to start making a positive impact.”
The website has received support from other college student organizations.
One group, The University of California, Los Angeles, has created an online fundraising page for college-owned shoes.
The website for the website College-owned A-shoes has also been supported by a foundation called the National Organization for College Women.
The students also say they hope to continue the campaign through social media.
They want to see colleges change their policies, and they want to make the word safe for everyone.