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Gender-Based Violence Resources

Women's Center

We believe survivors. The Women's Center is committed to ending gender-based violence on this and every campus. We support our colleagues at the Center for Awareness, Response, and Education who serve as a confidential resource for students who have experienced sexual violence, domestic violence, or stalking at any point in their life and take up the work of educating the community through their own programming and close advisement of student groups.

We also work closely with the Office of Equity who conduct investigations, offer informal support and accommodations, and produce outreach and education for the university. 

Programs and Walk-In Hours

During the academic year,  Let's Talk consultants are regularly available for conversations at the Women's Center and other locations around campus, free of charge and without appointment. Learn more about the current schedule here.

As advisors for College Feminists, the Women's Center participates in the planning and support of Sex Week and Take Back the Night each April. 

It is not uncommon for our programming to touch on issues of sexual violence. When we can foresee such conversations, we try to be mindful and provide on-site confidential support with the help of our partners in CAPS or the Employee Assistance Program. We are working to provide a greater breadth of support for staff and faculty who are not eligible for some of the support services students receive. Recently we have accomplished this by reaching out to EAP and inviting community partners to offer workshops in our space. We recognize that staff and faculty may be navigating not only vicarious trauma, but their own process as survivors and we seek to foster a space that speaks to hard truths while remaining vigilant to the needs of those healing and seeking support.  

Campus resources

For Students

For Staff and Faculty

Community Resources