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OASIS at the Wellness Center

The OASIS logo. Text underneath the acronym OASIS reads: Office of Advocacy Services for Interpersonal and Sexual Violence, at the Wellness Center. Educate. Empower. Support.

The Office of Advocacy Services for Interpersonal and Sexual Violence (OASIS) provides free and confidential victim advocacy services for American University students who are impacted by sexual violence, meaning sexual assault, rape, dating or domestic violence, sexual harassment, or stalking. 

Whether you are a survivor yourself, or you are seeking information on how to support a friend (while still taking care of yourself), we would be happy to meet with you. 

If you have recently experienced sexual violence, please visit this page for crucial information about obtaining a forensic exam (rape kit) and crisis response services on and off campus.

Contact OASIS at or (202) 885-7070.

Get the UASKDC App

U Ask DC allows students to get immediate access to critical information needed in the event of a sexual assault on any of DC’s eight college campuses. The application is quick, confidential, and free. U Ask DC is an invaluable tool for any DC college student. Click one of the links below or search "U ASK DC" on the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.

Your Rights Under Title IX

AU's Title IX Officer is Regina Curran. For more information, visit the Title IX website, the Dean of Students website, or consult the University's Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy.

Do you Know Your IX?

Know Your IX is a campaign that aims to educate all college students in the U.S. about their rights under Title IX. Armed with information, sexual violence survivors will be able to advocate for themselves during their schools’ grievance proceedings and, if Title IX guarantees are not respected, file a complaint against their colleges with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. Considering visiting the Know Your IX website for more information.

In addition to the Know Your IX website, here's a short video that will show you 9 things to know about Title IX in 89 seconds!


On-campus: If you or somebody you know is in immediate danger, call Public Safety at 202-885-3636 and inform the operator that you require safety assistance.

Off-campus: call 911.

List of Police Departments

Phone Assistance

DC Rape Crisis Center
24-Hour Hotline
(202) 333-7273

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

DC SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Program 800-641-4028

Get the App

Wellness - UASKDC

Confidential. Safe. Free. Get immediate access to the information needed most in the event of a sexual assault on one of DC’s eight college campuses — quickly, confidentially and free. An invaluable tool from UASKDC for any DC college student. Click one of the links below.

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