Safe Hotline Confidentiality
Any information students (including but not limited to student employees, resident assistants, graduate teaching assistants, and graduate research assistants) share with the confidential resources who staff the Safe 24-Hour Hotline will be maintained as confidential consistent with applicable state and federal law and university policy.
If you receive information that another individual was subject to behaviors that may have violated the university’s nondiscrimination policy, you are encouraged to report that information to the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance, the Care and Advocacy Program staff in the Office of the Dean of Students, or the Title IX Coordinator.
For more information about the term confidential and how confidential resources handle information, visit the website for the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance.
For information about employee reporting obligations please visit the website for the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance.
Counseling Services and Health Services Privacy Statements
You can learn more about confidentiality and privacy details on the Counseling Services website.
You can learn more about the privacy practices at University Health Services on the University Health Services website.