UW-Green Bay Counseling and Health Center
face of woman Sexual Assault
  Survivor Rights

  Survivors have the right:
  1. To receive information as to their rights and options.

  2. To seek criminal charges and/or file a University disciplinary complaint.

  3. To request protection from harm or threat of harm arising out of cooperation with law enforcement and prosecution efforts and to be provided information on the level of protection available.

  4. To be informed of financial assistance and other support services available to survivors including information on how to apply for the assistance and services.

  5. To be informed of the outcome of any campus discipline.

  6. To have the assistance of University personnel in obtaining and securing evidence, preventing contact with the assailant, and finding alternative academic and living situations.

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