Learn more about how and where to make a report on- and off-campus
Resources that have confidentiality by law and provide support and information.
Information on requesting University assistance and interim measures regardless of whether of the individual pursues formal reporting
Learn more about Civil Protection Orders in King County and the State of Washington
Receive assistance from the Family Law Center for filing Domestic/Dating Violence Protection Order and Sexual Assault Protection Order
You may be reading this because you or someone close to you has been personally affected by sexual violence, including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking, or sexual harassment. This site is designed to guide you to knowledgeable campus and community resources who can help and support whether you've made the decision to report or simply need to process what occurred.
A website cannot address all the complexities and specifics of your situation and your needs. These resources are a starting point, and we encourage you to reach out to the people whom you feel are right for you. The resources and options listed here are available to all students, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or other protected identities.
A list of confidential and non-confidential resources
Resources and referral for concerns not related to sexual misconduct
For information related to policies procedures for addressing protected class discrimination and sexual violence
For assistance filing Domestic or Dating Violence Protective Orders
Suggestions for being a supportive friend
Learn about or become involved with campus prevention and education efforts