Support resources

Support and resources are available to every member of the UW community, at all campuses and locations.

The Know Your Rights & Resources guide is intended for any member of the University community who has experienced sexual assault, stalking, relationship or intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and/or other sexual misconduct. The guide provides important information on resources and reporting options so that individuals can decide what feels right for their situation. Colleagues and friends of those who have experienced harm may also find the guide useful.

Know Your Rights & Resources introduces campus resources, such as:

SafeCampus: provides consultation and support 24 hours a day/7 days a week and works with campus partners to assess and respond to concerns about personal or workplace safety. SafeCampus is the central office designated to assist and support members of the University community who witness or are made aware of behavior prohibited by University policy.

SafeCampus can be reached at 206.685.7233 or

Confidential advocates (on the Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma campuses): available to students and employees during regular University business hours at no cost.

TheĀ Office of the Title IX Coordinator: assists any member of the University of Washington community with concerns or inquiries regarding Title IX-related sexual misconduct or gender discrimination.

The guide is available in two forms:

  • The first has live links to information about campus and community resources
  • The second is a text-only version

For additional information specific to sexual assault, please visit UW Sexual Assault Resources.