Resources

Information on law enforcement agencies and medical facilities on and off campus.

Individuals are urged to seek emotional support after any incident of prohibited conduct. There are a number of confidential sources for crisis and counseling on campus, in the local community and throughout the state.

If you would like to speak with a confidential advocate prior to making a report, call the Resource and Advocacy Center at 907-474-6360 or go to 130 Wood Center. A confidential advocate can provide confidential support, information on complainant's rights, information about the process of reporting to Title IX and/or law enforcement, legal information, and statewide resource referral.

Information and support for individuals affected by gender discrimination (ie: gender inequities, pregnancy, sexual harassment, sexual assault or other forms of sexual misconduct).

Information and support for individuals accused of gender discrimination (ie: gender inequities, pregnancy, sexual harassment, sexual assault or other forms of sexual misconduct).

Information and support for witnesses participating in cases pertaining to gender discrimination (ie: gender inequities, pregnancy, sexual harassment, sexual assault or other forms of sexual misconduct). A witness can be an individual reporting or providing information they were made aware of directly or indirectly (overheard or were made aware of through rumor), and/ or can be an actual eyewitness to an incident.

Information on how to help individuals who are affected by sexual misconduct and sexual assault.

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces, among other statutes, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Complaints about the University’s handling of cases can be filed directly with OCR.

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