Consider working with a confidential advocate from the Office of Advocacy Services for Interpersonal and Sexual Violence (OASIS). An advocate can help you process your feelings as well as explain the various resources available on and off campus. An advocate can be especially helpful in navigating the process of negotiating academic support, changing room assignments, or meeting with Student Conduct.
The Network for Victim Recovery of the District of Columbia (NVRDC) empowers crime survivors of sexual assault through a collaborative approach by providing holistic, comprehensive services in three ways: community-based education, therapeutic, and legal support.
A survivor is encouraged to speak with their Resident or Area Director to find out their housing options after an assault has occurred. Housing and Dining staff will work with the student based on their needs and choices.
The SHC can provide follow-up medical care, sexually transmitted infection testing, and emergency contraception. Healthcare providers can also provide resource and referral information based upon your needs. To schedule an appointment with a provider call 202-885-3380. Walk-in appointments are accepted and scheduled based upon availability.
Collegiate Assistance Program 1-855-678-8679, PIN 1009.
This service is provided to all students through the Student Health Insurance Plan (regardless of whether you are on our plan). Students can access a 24 hour hotline staffed by registered nurses and obtain information about medical, legal, and counseling resources. Rape crisis counselors are also available.
The Wellness Center provides information, support and referral services on a wide variety of health, wellness, and safety issues. Local and national resources on sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking can be found in the Wellness Center.
ASAC ensures that students with physical, medical, or psychological disabilities have equal access to university programs and services. DSS provides or coordinates a range of services and accommodations that meet the individual needs of a student based on the impact of the specific disability.
ISSS is committed to providing students and exchange visitors with accurate and timely advice on all immigration questions. To ensure this commitment, an international student advisor is always available at the front desk to assist students and exchange visitors. ISSS also publishes handouts on various F-1 and J-1 immigration issues, such as work authorization, travel, and change of status, which are available from the ISSS office or website.
The Kay Spiritual Life Center serves the university community as a center for religious life and spiritual growth. The Kay Center fosters a climate of interfaith understanding and openness in which matters of faith and values are recognized as an integral part of university life. Survivors may need spiritual guidance as a part of the healing process. For more information contact Christine Gettings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Advocacy Center (SAC) (202)-885-6413
SAC, a Student Government organization, provides student advocates that can inform you of your rights as an AU student.