Students Involved in Prevention (SIP)

Mississippi Urban Research Center at Jackson State University has been funded by the Mississippi State Department of Health, through the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to implement the Real AIDS Prevention Project (RAPP) on three historically black college and university campuses: Jackson State University, Alcorn State University and Tougaloo College. RAPP is an evidenced-based behavioral intervention designed to help sexually active heterosexual women and their male partners reduce their risk of HIV infection. JSU MURC is implementing RAPP via its Students Involved in Prevention (SIP) Project.