Dean of Students – Information on options for obtaining support on campus (including possible adjustments in living arrangements or academic schedules) and pursuing campus disciplinary investigation.
UW-Stout Police – To report incidents of sexual violence occurring on-campus. Information available for pursuing legal investigations, reviewing personal safety options, and guiding toward resources for obtaining restraining/protective orders.
Counseling Center – A confidential resource for students to report incidents of sexual violence and receive follow-up counseling services. Counselors can help survivors consider their reporting options, and are not obligated to report this information to others. Services are free and confidential.
Student Health Services – A confidential resource where survivors can be evaluated and treated for possible injuries and receive screening for STI and/or pregnancy. A triage nurse is available to answer medical questions and provide medical advice.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Free, confidential EAP program for UW-Stout employees and anyone living in their household. Professional counselors are available both on the phone and on an in-person basis locally. Employees are eligible for up to 5 sessions per issue per year without accessing insurance.
Students For Consent – This student organization supports education, empowerment, awareness, and advocacy for students and surrounding community.