Sexual Assault & Personal Safety

Sexual assault and other forms of relationship violence happen to students every year.   You are not alone if this has happened to you.   The two most important messages if this has happened to you are the we believe you, and we are here to help.   Below are listed a number of resources available on and off campus ready to address the many needs of someone who has been a victim of this well hidden crime.   Take the first step to taking care of yourself, and reach out for help. 

Brown County Sexual Assault Center

Counseling & Health/Sexual Assault

Dean of Students

Title IX

Golden House (Domestic Violence Shelter)

Safe Walks/Public Safety
If you do not feel safe walking on campus, whether it is out to your car after dark, back to your residence hall from the library, or even walking through the tunnels, Public Safety is here to help you.   All it takes is a simple phone call to request a safe walk with one of our sworn police officers on campus.   And while you are walking with them, you can ask about their very popular self-defense class.