Sexual Assault Resources

Sexual Assault Resources

This website provides victims/survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment an array of resources that reflect the University’s commitment to preventing and responding to sex- and gender-based violence, harasment, and discrimination.

You may use these resources to get confidential support, address safety concerns, locate providers of medical care and counseling, and learn how to make a report.

Confidential advocates

Advocates provide confidential support, information, and resources.
How advocates can help

Know Your Rights & Resources guide

Explore information about resources and reporting options.
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Seek care

Physical and mental health services are available to you.
Medical care

Make a report

You have the right to report sex- and gender-based violence, harassment, and discrimination.
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Title IX

The Office of the Title IX Coordinator provides leadership and works to advance gender equity.
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Help a friend

If a friend has experienced sexual misconduct, you can provide support.
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Creating a cultural shift

Addressing sex- and gender-based violence and harassment requires a comprehensive approach to prevention that:
  • Acknowledges that the vast majority of interpersonal violence is perpetrated by individuals known to the victim/survivor.
  • Recognizes the complex and often co-occurring connection of alcohol and drugs to sexual violence.
  • Challenges victim-blaming.
  • Promotes the acceptance of – and affirms each individual’s right to – a broad spectrum of sexual choices.
  • Understands and clearly defines consent and boundaries.

Taking a community approach

Addressing sex- and gender-based violence, harassment and discrimination requires a holistic approach. We aim to raise awareness of issues, resources, and responsibilities among all members of the campus, providing each with the skills and efficacy to promote a caring community in which students are safe from sexual assault, harassment, and discrimination.