The SART members can provide a survivor with many supportive options including counseling, medical attention, judicial services, advocacy, law enforcement, referrals, and general information regarding sexual violence. Assistance with on-campus living arrangements, classes, work schedule and other accommodations following an incident will be provided to whatever extent possible and reasonable.
SART members are here to provide survivors with support and resources that will help empower them to make the best decisions impacting their safety and healing.
Should a survivor choose to file a police report, the University Police and VPAS staff will assist her or him with the reporting process. We will strive to empower the survivor to make her or his own decisions by providing on- and off-campus resources, and then offer support as needed.
The Support and Resource Team has been designated by the Division of University and Student Affairs to handle sexual misconduct cases. The team includes a coordinator and designated individuals from throughout the university. For information or to report a sexual misconduct case, students may contact any member of the team. The Support and Resource Team is available to help anyone who reports a violation of the sexual misconduct policy.
In cases of immediate danger or an emergency, call the University Police at 911.
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