Several national and local resources provide information and education about Title IX, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence and bystander intervention.
- NATIONAL HOTLINES
Each of these hotlines are available 24/7 and offer a live chat option through their websites.
- HOW CAN I HELP A FRIEND?
- You can help someone who has been assaulted (or who has been reported to have violated college policy) by listening and offering comfort
- Ask your friend if they would like you to go with them to the health center, hospital, administrator’s office or counseling
- If a friend tells you they were assaulted, reinforce the message that they are not at fault and that it is natural to feel a range of emotions, including sadness, fear, shame or anger
- Encourage your friend to promote physical well-being by eating, sleeping and exercising as well as possible
- Become an advocate - consider joining S.T.E.P.
- APPS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS
- VIDEOS/PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
- "1 is 2 Many" - PSA from the White House
- "It's On Us: Sexual Assault PSA"
- "What if Bears Killed One in Five People?"
- "Stalking for Love" YouTube video
- "10 hours of walking in NYC as a woman" YouTube video
- Office of Civil Rights Webinar - "How to Report Sexual Harassment under Title IX"
- Office of Civil Rights Webinar - "Due Process Protections under the New Title IX Regulations"
- Office of Civil Rights Webinar - "New Title IX Protections Against Sexual Assault"
- Training Material
- “Title IX & Sexual Harassment Response” – Husch Blackwell (July 23, 2020)