Syracuse University

Sexual Assault Services and Prevention

Sexual and Relationship Violence Services and Resources

Seeking support for sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, or stalking?  For 24/7 confidential support, advocacy, and to discuss reporting options, contact our Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team at the Counseling Center at 315-443-4715.

For 24/7 off-campus confidential support and advocacy, contact Vera House at 315-468-3260.

Reporting options include:

- University's Title IX Coordinator (315-443-0211 or titleix@syr.edu)
- Department of Public Safety (711 on a campus phone, #78 on your cell, or 315-443-2224)
- Anonymous Reporting (publicsafety.syr.edu or 315-443-TIPS (8477))

For more information on services and reporting options, visit the Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team website.

Here is some additional information regarding sexual assault and relationship violence services:

You can also access the University's Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Stalking or Relationship Violence Policy.



Education and Prevention

Getting Involved

Want to get involved and educate your peers about sexual and relationship violence?  Join the Office of Health Promotion team!

The student groups e5m, Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP), and Sex-Esteem bring together volunteers to educate the campus about healthy relationships, consent, sexual assault prevention, and empowered bystander intervention.  Contact Jill Sneider to learn more.

Getting Informed

Did you know you can request an educational program for your organization?  Visit the educational program request page for a list of programs and details on scheduling.

You can also stay up to date on education and prevention initiatives and information by following the Office of Health Promotion on Twitter.

Got Consent?  Be SU.R.E.

The Office of Health Promotion, in collaboration with offices across campus, has announced the expanded Got Consent? Be SU.R.E. campaign.  The campaign promotes the notion that people should have shared understanding, respect, and enthusiasm before engaging in sexual activity.  View the Got Consent? Be SU.R.E. Facebook page here.



News and Updates

Services, Programs, and Events

Know Where to Go

Getting to Know the Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team

Support Groups for Survivors of Sexual and Relationship Violence

Third Annual SU Rising: Stop Sexual and Relationship Violence

'#NotAskingForIt' Video Launch Party on Feb. 9

Glow-in-the-Dark Dance Party Introduces Students to Consent

Harry Brod Presents 'Asking for It: the Ethics and Erotics of Sexual Consent'

University Supports Vera House White Ribbon Campaign

Take Back the Night 2015 Events Run through April 7

Survivor Love Letter Event in Honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Progress Continues on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education, Advocacy

Chancellor Appoints Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence

Chancellor's Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy

Chancellor Syverud Appoints Members to Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy

Chancellor's Workgroup Hosts Student Focus Group

Chancellor Receives Final Report from Workgroup

Chancellor to Meet with Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy Next Week

News

Third Listening Meeting Scheduled for Oct. 27

Lt. Gov. Attends Discussion on Relationship Violence, Sexual Assault

Governor Brings Enough is Enough Campaign to Campus



Progress Update on Chancellor's Workgroup Recommendations

On September 5, Chancellor Syverud appointed the members of the Chancellor's Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy.  The charge to the workgroup was to provide ideas, suggestions and proposals for how the University could continue to address the serious issues of sexual assault and relationship violence on campus.  The members of the Chancellor's Workgroup offered 24 recommendations in their final report.

Read more about the University's progress on each of the 24 recommendations.

Related Services

Please use the links below to learn more about sexual assault and relationship violence services.



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