WSU is committed to ending sex and gender-based violence on our campuses. We are here to listen and support you. Do not hesitate to reach out.
Options and resources are listed below. If you have any questions, please contact tCompliance and Civil Rights at 509-335-8288, stop by our office in the French Administration Building, Room 225, or email us at email@example.com.
If you have experienced sex and gender based violence, there are multiple options and resources available to you. Links to frequently asked for information are below. Our resource pages include campus specific resources and we have a short video overview of resources available.
Resource Video: On-Demand training – Training Shorts – Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Stalking, or Intimate Partner Violence
You can report sex and gender based violence online, via email, over the phone, or in person, to law enforcement and/or the university.
Victim advocates are trained to support victims of crimes by providing emotional support and help navigating resources and the criminal justice system.
Options for medical and counseling services are available to survivors or sex and gender based violence.
If you have experience sex or gender based violence, there may be campus safety options available to you, as well as protection orders and safety shelters.
If sex or gender based violence is reported to you as a WSU employee, you may have reporting requirements. Regardless of your reporting requirements, WSU encourages reporting of all forms of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct and takes these reports very seriously.
If sex or gender based violence was reported to you, you can help the reporter locate resources for reporting, advocacy, healing, and safety.
If you learn of sex or gender based violence, you may experience something referred to as “secondary trauma.”
Student Involvement empowers students through meaningful involvement in the WSU and outside communities.
The Violence Prevention Center focuses on community collaboration to address sex-based violence.
The federal government has compiled helpful information for students and universities, including information on what to do if you have been sexually assaulted, how to help a friend who has been sexually assaulted, and information about your rights if you share information about a sexual assault with your university.