Sexual Misconduct: Confidential Support and Resources

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In case of emergency, or any time there is immediate danger to health or safety, call 911. 

In non-emergency situations, you are encouraged to consult first with the Violence Prevention Specialist in Student Life if you are considering reporting sexual assault or other sexual misconduct. The Violence Prevention Specialist can provide confidential advice about the full range of available reporting and support options. Services are free, confidential, and available to all UWL students, faculty, and staff. 

The other confidential resources listed below are available to offer private support and advice, and make referrals to the appropriate resources.

If you would like to submit a request for confidential assistance using our online form, click here: Request Form for Confidential Assistance. (Note: this is not an official report to the university and will not begin an investigation.)

Violence Prevention Specialist

Counseling & Testing Center
2106 Centennial Hall

Student Health Center
1300 Badger Street

Summer Confidential Resource Update

Please be advised that during our summer session, not all confidential resources may be readily available.

Other Confidential Resources at UWL

Cassandra Worner  Profile of Cassandra Worner  Office hours

Coordinator of Student Wellness
149 Graff Main Hall

Aj Clauss  Profile of Aj Clauss  Meet with me  Office hours

Campus Climate Program Coordinator
1125 Centennial Hall

Andrew Ives  Profile of Andrew Ives  Meet with me  Office hours

Student Life Specialist
149 Graff Main Hall

Joel Luedke  Profile of Joel Luedke  Office hours

Assistant Director, Athletic Training
10A Mitchell Hall

Confidential Community Resources

  • Gundersen Health System Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program: 608.775.5950 (24 hour line)
  • Mayo Clinic Health System "Safe Path": 608.392.7804 (24 hour line)
  • New Horizons Shelter & Outreach Centers: 608.791.2600 (24 hour line)
  • Great Rivers 2-1-1 Information, referral and crisis line: Dial 211 (24 hour line)

*Please note that in some cases, records kept by some individuals named on this page may be subject to disclosure pursuant to Wisconsin Public Records Law or court subpoena.