Sexual Violence Prevention


Please click on the tabs below to see the resources that are available on campus, in the community, and online.

On Campus Resources

  • University Police
  • Student Health Center
  • Student Counseling Center
  • Victim Advocate
  • Ombudsperson/Dean of Students
  • Office of Equal Opportunity
  • Student Conduct and Integrity
  • Residential Life

Off Campus Resources

Recognizing a Student in Distress

  • Indicators of Distress
  • What You Can Do
  • Issues to Consider


  • Parents Matter

Supporting Your Student

  • Supporting Your Student

For Parents of a Sexual Assault Survivor

  • For Parents of a Sexual Assault Survivor
  • General Guidelines for Helping Your Child

For Parents of a Student Accused of Sexual Assault

If you learn that your son/daughter has been accused of sexual misconduct, you can contact the Student Conduct and Integrity to access resources for your child.

Your Student's Safety

  • Your Student's Safety

Your Student's Sexual Decision Making

Supporting Good Decisions

Many college students are in a transitional stage. They are learning to make many important decisions on their own – including decisions about intimate relationships and sexual activity. By supporting your students, communicating with them, and offering facts and education, you can have a positive influence on their sexual decision making. It’s never too late to start an open dialogue with your son or daughter about sex.

  • W.I.S.E. Tips for Talking
  • Conversation Starters
  • Teach your student the “N.I.C.E.” way to say “No”***