WARNING! Your Internet activity can be tracked. If the person who is harming you has access to your computer, please consider using a more secure computer such as at the library. If you need immediate assistance, call 9-1-1.
The Student Conduct and Community Standards office acknowledges how difficult it can be for anyone who experiences unwanted sexual contact or sexual harassment to make a disclosure. If you are an OSU student and are a survivor of unwanted sexual contact/sexual harassment or are involved in any other form of misconduct brought about by another OSU student or students, you are encouraged to disclose the incident. The Student Conduct and Community Standards office can offer a variety of options and outcomes and will connect you to resources that maintain confidentiality.
Sexual Assault/Harassment Amnesty Clause
The University WILL NOT pursue any conduct violation against a survivor for substance use, including alcohol, at the time of sexual assault/harassment if the sexual assault/harassment is reported to Student Conduct and Community Standards or the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
- Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDVA) 541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197: Provides 24-7 confidential crisis response, hospital and legal advocacy, hotline support, and support groups.
- Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) 541-737-7604, 500 Snell Hall:
- Provides confidential support, crisis interventions, and/or counseling for any OSU student who has experienced unwanted sexual contact or relationship violence.
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- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) 541-737-9355, Plageman Building: Provides confidential survivor-focused on-campus health care for any OSU student who has experienced unwanted sexual contact.
- Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service (www.mvwcs.com): For support in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, and traditional Chinese.
A safety plan is a practical guide that helps lower your risk of being hurt by your abuser. It includes information specific to you and your life that will help keep you safe. A good safety plan helps you think through lifestyle changes that will help keep you as safe as possible on campus, in the residence halls, and other places that you go on a daily basis. [Adapted from loveisrespect.org]
Examples of a safety plan include having the number for Public Safety readily accessible on your phone, and making sure people know where you are and when you are returning. For more information on safety planning, and creating your own safety plan, please click on the following link: A College Student's Guide to Safety Planning.
- Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) 541-737-3556, 526 Kerr Administration: Accepts inquiries, formal, and informal reports of unwanted sexual contact/sexual harassment.
- Oregon State Police (OSP) 541-737-3010, 200 Cascade Hall: Responds to safety concerns and to violations of Oregon law, which may lead to civil or criminal court proceedings.
- Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) 541-737-3656, B058 Kerr Administration: Responds to safety concerns and to violations of the Student Conduct Code, which may lead to an internal university disciplinary process when the alleged perpetrator is an OSU student (separate from civil or criminal court proceedings). Administers no contact restrictions between students.