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If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help, call 911. 

If you are not in immediate danger, the Title IX Office is here to help. There are Confidential Resources who provide support and guidance on campus. 

Confidential Resources and Support

If you want to explore resources and support without immediately reporting to Title IX, there are Confidential Resources on campus who may be able to help.

Confidential Resources are available through Victim Advocates, mental health counselors, social workers, psychologists, health center employees, any other person with a professional with a license requiring confidentiality, and affiliates who are pastoral or religious counselors.

Confidential Resources also include undergraduate student employees, with the exception of Office of Residence Life Staff.

Reporting Misconduct

In addition to confidential support, you have the option of reporting an incident online regarding an incident of sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is an umbrella term that covers sexual assault, sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual exploitation, stalking, and other forms of misconduct.

Click here to access the online report form. 

Other Ways to Report

Every person experiences sexual misconduct differently, but all experiences can result in harm. If you have personally experienced sexual misconduct or know someone who has and would like to report the incident, you are also able to do so by contacting the Title IX Office or talking to a trusted faculty advisor, athletic coach, or resident advisor. 

Learn more about Responsible Employees. 

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