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People use a lot of different words to describe harm in relationships—intimate partner violence, interpersonal violence and domestic violence. No matter what you call it, the University of Utah is committed to ending sexual misconduct and supporting survivors. This website seeks to provide accurate and comprehensive information regarding the reporting process and available resources for students, faculty and staff.


Need immediate help? Find 24-hour resources for survivors of sexual violence here.

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Get Help

Find on- and off-campus resources, including counseling, advocacy, education and more.

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Learn about the reporting processes on- and off-campus. Know your options for confidentiality.

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Learn about the words and phrases associated with sexual misconduct.

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For Friends & Family

Has someone you know been sexually assaulted? Learn about your options and how to respond.

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Get Involved

Want to support survivors and end sexual violence? Discover how to make a difference on campus.

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Crisis Services

24-hour hotlines for information and support | If you are in immediate crisis or feel unsafe, call 911.

Department of Public Safety

NON-EMERGENCIES: 801-585-2677

Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line


Huntsman Mental Health Institute