If you believe you have experienced an assault - remember, it is not your fault.
If you have been assaulted, consider visiting an ER (where you will likely find staff such as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, who are trained in working with individuals who experience sexual violence). Medical professionals can help you check for injuries, be screened and educated regarding sexually transmitted infections or pregnancy and collect evidence. This page provides information for obtaining medical assistance, including on-campus resources and SAFE centers.
This page outlines immediate response considerations and provides information regarding resources available to students, including confidential and non-confidential on-campus resources, off-campus resources, and web resources.
This page provides information for support services available to faculty and staff, including the employee assistance program, legal resources, off-campus resources, hospital and community-based resources, and web resources.
The Sexual Violence Resources brochure outlines important definitions and immediate steps to consider upon experiencing sexual violence, as well as steps for reporting forms of sexual violence and accessing community and on-campus support.