Crisis support

We encourage you to get immediate help in situations that could affect the safety of yourself or others.

Support for survivors of sexual assault

If you have been sexually assaulted, know that it is not your fault and that there are options available for you. Some of the first steps to take can include thinking about your safety, This could mean going to a space that feels safer for you, seeking medical attention and seeking support. You may also consider reporting an incident of sexual assault to the university or police. Know that it's okay to ask for help.

If you have experienced sexual assault or any other form of sexual misconduct, have received a disclosure of sexual misconduct, witnessed sexual misconduct or are supporting someone who has experienced sexual misconduct, you can get individualized information, advice and assistance from the link below.

Get sexual assault support

Reach out: Help yourself or someone else

If you are concerned that you or a friend is in distress, you are not alone. The most important thing you can do is reach out to give or get help.

Urgent mental health support

Get help on campus

After-hours support

Concerned about a student