Advocacy & Resources

We respect your privacy

We want you to feel comfortable voicing your concerns and considering all the options to your problem. However, in order to investigate your concerns and provide you with the most effective support, it may be necessary to consult with other university faculty and staff. We follow the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and will only discuss your concerns with individuals outside the university if you have given permission, if we are required by law, or if there is a perceived imminent risk of serious harm.

Know a student who is struggling? Refer them to us.

Student Advocacy and Support can help a student with a variety of personal and academic concerns, but they are not confidential advocates. Use this referral form if a student is struggling with academics, personal concerns, or basic needs.

Refer to student advocacy

Interpersonal violence prevention services and resources

If you have experienced sexual misconduct or believe your rights have been violated, you have several options available to you, including confidential advocacy services. 

The confidential advocate in Counseling and Psychological Services can connect you with on-campus and community options and resources.

Contact the confidential advocate

More interpersonal violence prevention resources