311 Plageman Building, Student Health Services

Please be advised that email is not considered a secure form of communication, and confidentiality cannot be guaranteed if you forward information of an urgent nature. 

The OSU Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center is committed to providing safe and confidential support to all university community members, including students, faculty and staff affected by different forms of violence. With the goal of empowering survivors to be able to make informed choices, the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center will serve as a first point of contact for survivors and their allies, in order to provide needed information about their choices and their rights, referrals to desired services, and support for their right to regain control over their lives.

We understand that any form of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking, harassment, or bullying can have a profound and harmful impact on those persons experiencing one or more of these events and to the community at large.

The Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center is dedicated to the commitment of believing disclosures of violence, and providing resources to aid in the healing process. We are further dedicated to the value of all persons and their right to make their own choices.

listen. believe. support.

For safe, confidential support and resources, call 541-737-2030

We offer free and confidential services for all OSU students, faculty and staff affected by different forms of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, unwanted sexual experiences, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.

  • Initial point of contact for discussion of survivor rights and choices to initiate any utilization of services on campus or in the community
  • Crisis intervention and stabilization
  • Safety planning
  • Support groups for survivors
  • On-campus advocacy for academic and housing concerns
  • Information about reporting options to law enforcement or school officials
  • Accompaniment to medical examinations, police, and Title IX hearings
  • Referrals to on- and off-campus resources

About confidentiality

Oregon state law has granted confidentiality for any communication between a person seeking support as a result of sexual or intimate partner violence and the campus-based survivor advocate. 

For more information on Oregon State University's commitment and efforts to support survivors, please visit leadership.oregonstate.edu/survivor-support.