Responding to interpersonal violence is hard, whether you're the person harmed or someone trying to help. The topics of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking are not openly discussed in most cultures, belying the frequency with which they occur. Whatever your connection—whatever brings you to this website—you are not alone as you seek to address the problems you're facing. And we are here to assist.

All of us play a vital role in making our campus a respectful and safe place to live, learn, and work. Visit the Get Involved section of our website to identify steps you can take to make a difference. We welcome your involvement in our mission to foster a campus environment that promotes reporting and compassionate responses to sexual harassment and interpersonal violence.

Monique DiCarlo
Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator
Title IX Coordinator


Quick Links

Victim/Survivor Options:
Learn about campus and community resources, download a copy of the Resource and Referral Guide, or view a map of local agencies and offices that can help.

Report a Problem:
Report an incident to university administration with our online form.

"Mandatory Reporter" Defined:
Find out if you have reporting responsibilities as an A/AO or a CSA, read about A/AO reporting responsibilities.



RVAP is hosting a talk-based psychoeducational group. The group is open to sexual assault survivors of all genders. For more information, including how to register, please see the attached flyer: ... (Read more)
A calendar of scheduled events can be found here: ... (Read more)