Campus Advocates for Prevention Education (CAPE) logo
CAPE (Campus Advocates for Prevention Education) is a group of students who provide their peers with education and awareness around sexual violence and mental health. Through outreach and advocacy, CAPE works to support a safe and healthy UMass Lowell community.

What does CAPE aim to do?

  • Create Conversations
  • Provide Information and Awareness
  • Create a Supportive Environment
  • Encourage Positive Mental Health

Who Are The CAPEs?

Members of CAPE come from various parts of campus. Check out our current CAPEs!

  • Ijebusonma Agundu, Lead CAPE
  • Nicole Bagley
  • Katie Pfeiffer
  • Eric Tarasenko
  • Ryann Walsh

Melissa Wall is CAPE's faculty/staff advisor. Have a question about CAPE? Please email

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To learn more about the role of CAPE please visit our UMatter2 Peer Prevention Educators website.