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We Are Here to Help
Students who have experienced sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, gender-based harassment or bullying, and stalking have options to report and receive help from a variety of sources, including the university, campus and local law enforcement, and community agencies. For those who are unsure of what to do, we have staff who will review all available options so students can decide how they want to proceed.
Options for Students to Report and/or Receive Help can be Found on the Website for the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance
- Students can report and receive help from the university.
- Students can receive confidential support on campus.
- Students can report and receive help from law enforcement.
- Students can receive help from community services.
- Students can make an anonymous report to the university.
- Students can have evidence collected to use at a later time.
The University of Oregon is committed to providing a comprehensive and integrated response to students who have experienced any form of sexual harassment. Our goal is to ensure that all students who report to the university are met with a caring and compassionate response, and are provided with access to all available resources necessary to continue their academic program.