If you have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating or relationship violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation, the University is committed to getting you the help and support you deserve. Confidential resources will not disclose your identity and any identifying information you have shared without your permission, and seeking advice from a confidential counselor does not constitute a report to the University or law enforcement. Keep in mind that if you disclose to a University employee who is not designated as a confidential resource, they may be obligated to pass information they learn about the incident along to the University’s Title IX Coordinator as a responsible employee.
The Gender Equity Center can provide you with confidential assistance, whether you are looking for emotional support, academic accommodations, or information about reporting options. If you would like to receive confidential support, you can contact the Gender Equity Center.
CAPS focuses on addressing the psychological needs and personal concerns of students that may interfere with their academic progress, social development, and emotional wellbeing. A CAPS counselor can speak with you confidentially to help you understand your options, provide support, and connect you with resources based on your needs.
The Centre County Women's Resource Center is a community resource that supports anyone who has experienced dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Contact their confidential hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to be connected with counselor/advocate.
Resource listings include medical providers, counselors, and Title IX Resource Person contact information. Resources designated with asterisks (**) are confidential.