Key Resources

ResourceDescriptionConfidentialityLearn More
Student Health Center Can treat any injuries, screen for and treat sexually transmitted infections (STIs), provide emergency contraception, give information and referrals for evidence collection, facilitate transportation to evidence collection, and provide a safe place to stay. Confidential Learn more
University Counseling Trained professionals can provide confidential counseling, information, and support. Confidential Learn more
Project Horizon Provides counseling, advocacy, and resources for victims of sexual and relationship violence. Confidential Learn more
Public Safety (24/7/365) Call 540-458-8999 when you need an immediate response, security escorts, or assistance with law enforcement. Private, not confidential* Learn more
Title IX Office Supportive and remedial measures (academic, housing, no contact directives, etc), and guidance about the complaint, investigation and adjudication process. Private, not confidential* Learn more
Peer Counselors Peers that can provide support, and can also accompany students to report. Confidential Learn more

*Information will be kept private and only shared with others to the extent that they require such information to perform their university responsibilities and/or resolve the report pursuant to FERPA and applicable federal and state laws. In contrast, a confidential resource will not share information without express permission.

Resident advisors can assist with making a report to the Title IX office and, as mandatory reporters, must report misconduct brought to their attention. Other mandatory reporters are described here. Mandatory reporters are employees that are required to report to the Title IX Coordinator.

Confidential Hotlines