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Sexual Misconduct

Resources

UWEC is committed to preventing and responding to sexual violence/sexual assault in order to ensure a safe and equitable educational environment for all.

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Confidential Resources

Counseling Services
Old Library 2122
(715) 836-5521

Center for Awareness of Sexual Assault (CASA)
Old Library 2119
(715) 836-4357
casa@uwec.edu

Resources for Victims of Sexual Misconduct

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Sexual Misconduct Faculty/Staff Guide                      Sexual Misconduct Student Guide

UW-Eau Claire prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct:

  • Sexual Assault / Rape
  • Sexual Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Dating Violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation

UWEC is committed to preventing and responding to sexual violence/sexual assault in order to ensure a safe and equitable educational environment for all.

We do so in compliance with Title IX and other federal and state laws, and in keeping with UWEC's mission to “foster in one another creativity, critical insight, empathy, and intellectual courage, the hallmarks of a transformative liberal education and the foundation for active citizenship and lifelong inquiry.”

The UW-Eau Claire’s Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy is found here.

Don't know what to do?

What you need to know:

  • Any sexual contact without consent is sexual assault.
  • Sexual violence is never the fault of the victim. 
  • You are not alone: confidential support and resources are available.
  • You have the right to report to the university and to the police.
  • Faculty and staff (except confidential resources) should forward any reports of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. (Click here to file a report.)

How you can make a difference:

  • Learn about, practice, and promote affirmative consent.
  • Make it known that you don't tolerate sexist comments and behaviors from your friends, classmates, and colleagues.
  • Intervene to stop sexual assault or harassment.
  • Listen to survivors without questioning, judgment, or victim-blaming; leave the investigations to our trained staff.
  • If someone you know needs help, refer them to one of our confidential resources.
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