What can I do about issues with transportation, academics, living situations, etc.?


Who can help me?

  • To the extent of the victim/survivor’s cooperation and consent, University offices, including Title IX, Dean of Students, Counseling Center, Housing, Campus Victim Advocate, University Counsel, Human Resources, Public Safety Services along with the Pew Campus Security and Regional Centers will work cooperatively to ensure that the complainant's health, physical safety, work and academic status are protected. 
  • Victim/survivors should make a request to the Title IX Coordinator or Campus Victim Advocate for assistance with these accommodations.

What can be done to help me?

  • The University may implement protective measures following the report of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and/or stalking if requested by the victim/survivor and if such accommodations are reasonably available which may include some or all of the following actions:
    • Change of academic situations
    • Change of housing situations
    • Transportation
    • Working situations 
  • Accommodations may be made regardless of whether the victim/survivor chooses to report the crime to the Campus Police or local law enforcement.
  • The University will maintain as confidential any accommodations or protective measures provided to the victim, to the extent that maintaining such confidentiality would not impair the ability of the institution to provide the accommodations or protective measures. 
  • Victim/survivors should make a request to the Title IX Coordinator or Campus Victim Advocate for assistance with these accommodations.


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