The Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator can assist you in locating resources. You are not alone in facing these matters. You can find numerous ways to access support from the options below.
Research suggests that victims/survivors who work with a counselor or advocate heal more quickly and experience less postsecondary trauma. This page describes confidential resources, including 24-hour advocate hotlines, chatlines, counseling services, and educational services.
There are multiple ways to report a problem to OSMRC. You have a say in how your report is handled - not every report leads to a complaint.
A victim/survivor of sexual assault may choose to get a sexual assault medical exam with a specially trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE).
For emergencies, dial 911. For non-emergencies, contact the jurisdiction in which the incident occurred.
Individuals may ask OSMRC for accommodations, such as excused absences, assignment extensions, or class or housing changes. You do not need to make a complaint to request accommodations.