If you have experienced sexual misconduct:
- Go to a safe location as soon as you are able.
- Seek immediate medical attention if you are injured or believe you may have been exposed to an STI/STD or potential pregnancy.
- Contact any of the following for immediate assistance:
|Resource||Hours of Operation||Contact Information|
|Police Services/Law Enforcement||24 hours/7 days a week||911|
|ASPEN (Support services and advocacy)||24 hours/7 days a week||866-925-9384|
|CWU Violence Prevention & Response Team||8am - 5pm, M-F||509-963-3213|
|Student Medical & Counseling Clinic||8am - 5pm, M-F||
|Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities||8am - 5pm, M-F||509-963-1817|
|Title IX Coordinator - Staci Sleigh-Layman||8am - 5pm, M-F||
|Human Resources||8am - 5pm, M-F||509-963-1202|
Choose how to proceed. You have options, and are encouraged to contact the Title IX Coordinator and/or the Violence Prevention & Response Team to discuss your options:
- Do nothing until you are ready;
- Receive assistance/support from on and off-campus resources;
- Consider whether support measures would be appropriate;
- Pursue informal or formal resolution through the University; and or
- Initiate civil criminal proceedings
You may pursue whatever combination of options is best for you. Members of the Violence Prevention and Response Team are available to accompany students in making reports to law enforcement and/or the Title IX Coordinator, if desired. Contact the Title IX Coordinator or Violence Prevention and Response Team within the Wellness Center for more information.