When deciding how to proceed following a sexual offense, it is important that survivors know all of their options. The following resources are available to assist you, a friend, or family member that has been a victim of a sexual offense to find a resource that is most beneficial for them.
206.296.5911 (24 hr. emergency)206.296.5990 (24 hr. non-emergency)206.296.5992 (business)University Services Building
The Department of Public Safety personnel are available to provide support services to all survivors of a sex offense, incidents of relationship violence, and stalking. The department has trained staff available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to provide resource information (On and Off-Campus), reporting options available both through the University Conduct System and local law enforcement, medical care options, basic safety planning and information on current civil orders for protection.
206.296.6090Student Center Pavilion 120Mon. - Fri. 8am - 12pm & 1pm – 4:30pm (office hours – by appointment)Mon. - Fri. 10am - 11am & 3pm - 4pm (urgent care – for students in immediate crisis)CAPS counselors provide supportive counseling and consultation for individuals coping with the impact of sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence. Seeking counseling can be a powerful step in breaking the isolation of relational assault. Counseling sessions are a safe, accepting and confidential place for survivors to work through any stage of the healing process. Counselors can also assist survivors with identifying on-campus and off-campus resources.
206.296.6300Bellarmine Hall 107Mon. – Fri. 7am – 5pm Summer Hours Mon. –Thu. 8:30am - 4:30pmFri. 8:30am - 3pmClosed daily 12:30pm - 1:15pm for lunchThe Student Health Center is a confidential medical
clinic available to all Seattle U students.
An appointment is required, and communicating the need for urgency in
the event of sexual misconduct will allow for the soonest possible appointment. The Student Health Center can provide a
medical examination as well as STD and pregnancy testing.
206.296.2593Student Center 380
Wellness and Health Promotion provides sexual misconduct prevention education on campus and staff members are familiar with information and resources. Additionally, the office is home to certified peer health educators known as the Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) who serve as a great resource for a student looking to speak with another student about a sexual misconduct.
206.296.6075 Student Center 120Sexual misconduct sometimes leads to a crisis of faith, distrust of God and our Faith Communities, or perhaps chaos in your personal spiritual practices. Or perhaps is now a source faith of solace or hope. Either way, Campus ministry is a place to have 1:1 conversations with a minister about how your experiences have shaped and quite possibly wounded your connection to the sacred. Campus ministry will also help you explore new ways of connecting to the sacred after a traumatic event through conversations with a Campus Minister. People of all faith traditions and spiritual practices are welcome.
206.296.6066Student Center Pavilion 180Our office deals specifically with any alleged violations of the Redhawk Commitment and Student Code of Conduct. Students who have become aware of a sexual offense or may have been involved in a sexual offense can come to this office to receive information about the campus judicial process as well as immediate resources such as course changes, no-contact orders, or housing relocation.
206.296.6305Campion 100Housing and Residence Life offers 24-hour/day assistance to students. Resident Directors and Assistant Resident Directors are available during posted office hours as well as serving in an on-call capacity outside of the University’s normal hours of operation. If a student is unable to locate their building’s RD or ARD, a quick call to our main office will quickly reach another support person. Late at night, the on-call professional staff member may be reached by calling Public Safety. Our main goal is to provide support, safety, and appropriate resources.
(206) 744-1600 401 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98104The Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress provides the highest quality, evidenced based services to help persons impacted by sexual assault and other traumatic events. In addition to direct services, the Center also provides education and consultation for health, mental health, and legal professionals; conducts research and evaluation; promotes prevention and works with communities to promote social change.
Swedish Medical Center-Cherry Hill(206) 320-2000 500 17th Avenue (between Cherry and Jefferson)Swedish Medical Center-First Hill(206) 386-6000700 Minor Ave, Seattle, WA (between Cherry and Marion) Harborview Medical Center(206) 744-300325 9th Avenue (at Jefferson)
1.888.99.VOICE (24 hr.)KCSARC is a victim-advocacy organization that provides critical support, tools, and direct services to children, teens, women and men who are victims of sexual assault. KCSARC works with clients of all ages and from all backgrounds.
1.800.656.HOPE (24 hr.)Online HotlineIn partnership with 1,100 rape crisis centers across the nation this hotline, provides free, confidential advice 24/7.
800.799.SAFE (24 hr.)The Hotline is free, confidential, and anonymous. It operates in more than 170 different languages through interpreter services, with a TTY line available for the Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing.
1.866.4CRISIS (24 hr.)
The 24-Hour Crisis Line provides immediate help to
individuals, families and friends of people in emotional crisis. We can help
you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we
can link you to the appropriate services.
“Sexual Misconduct: Resources for Student Survivors” (pdf)