Advocacy and Respondent Support

  • Campus Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE)
    This center provides support and resources (including intervention, academic support, and guidance on accommodations) for survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.
  • Respondent Support Services
    Provides respondents with the holistic support needed to participate in a Title IX investigation or adjudication. Respondent Support Services can also assist students in connecting to resources they need on and off campus, and can help them navigate policy and process.

Title IX