In case of emergency, or any time there is immediate danger to health or safety, call 911.
The following are some resources where you can find assistance:
In non-emergency situations, you are encouraged to consult first with the Campus Survivor Advocate if you are considering reporting sexual assault or other sexual misconduct. The Campus Survivor Advocate can provide confidential advice about the full range of available reporting and support options. Services are free, confidential, and available to all UWO students, faculty, and staff.
Location: Reeve Union, 102L
The other confidential resources listed below are available to offer private support and advice, and make referrals to the appropriate resources.
Employee Assistance Program
Phone: (866) 274-4723
For more information, visit https://www.feieap.com and use the company code of SOWI.
Student Health Center
Radford Hall, 1st Floor
Phone: (920) 424-2424
Student Success Center, Suite 240
Phone: (920) 424-2061
Non-Confidential Campus Resources
You may use our online form, or contact any of the following offices to file an official campus report:
Office of Equal Opportunity, Equity & Affirmative Action
Dempsey Hall 337
Phone: (920) 424-1166
Dean of Students
Dempsey Hall 125
Phone: (920) 424-3100
738 High Ave, Oshkosh
Phone: (920) 424-1212 | 911 EMERGENCY
Department of Residence Life
263 S Gruenhagen
Phone: (920) 424-3212
Aurora Health Center Emergency Dept.
Sexual Assault Nure Examiner (SANE) Services
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, Inc.
24-hour Crisis Line: (920) 235-5998 | (800) 261-5998
REACH Counseling Services
Oshkosh: (920) 426-1460
Neenah/Menasha: (920) 722-8150
Sexual Assault Crisis Center-Fox Cities
Phone: (920) 733-8119
Free Legal Assistance (Phone: 567-SHATTER)
If you are a survivor of sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape or other sexual violence, call 567-SHATTER. The Take Back the Night legal support team provides free support so you can learn your legal options. At this time, they are able to provide support for United States cases only. The National Justice Hotline is available 24-7 so you immediately connect with a real person ready and willing to help. The legal team listens without judgment and provides support and resources. All information is protected and confidential
You always have the option to report to police.
Title IX: Federal Resources
To file a complaint of sex discrimination including sexual harassment involving employment at the University, you may contact the: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Milwaukee District Office Reuss Federal Plazahttp 310 West Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 800 Milwaukee, WI 53203-2292 Phone: (414) 297-1111 | (800) 669-4000 Fax: (424) 297-4133 TTY: (414) 297-1115 | (800) 669-6820 Office Hours: Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Information concerning EEOC’s procedures and coverage can be found online.
The Equal Rights Division (ERD) of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development enforces laws that prohibit sex discrimination in employment, including sexual harassment, within the State of Wisconsin. The ERD can be reached at: Equal Rights Division Madison Office 201 E. Washington Avenue, Room A300 P.O. Box 8928 Madison, WI 53708-8928 Phone: (608) 266-6860 TTD: (608) 264-8572 Information concerning ERD’s procedures and coverage can be found online.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights enforces Title IX, which forbids discrimination in access to federally assisted educational programs. Generally this covers students, employees and visitors to the campus involved in University sponsored educational program or activities. OCR can be reached at: Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education 111 N. Canal Street, Suite 1053 Chicago, IL 60606-7204 Phone: (312) 886-8434 Fax: (312) 353-4888 TTD: (312) 353-2540 Email: OCR_Chicago@ed.gov Information concerning OCR’s procedures and coverage can be found online.
In addition to the Department of Education, allegations of sex discrimination including sexual harassment in University’s federally assisted educational programs can be filed with the Federal agency that provides the assistance to the program where the alleged discrimination occurred. The Office of Equity & Affirmative Action will help you determine which agency or agencies might be involved.
For More Information Contact:
Title IX Coordinator
Dempsey Hall 328
Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.