Support Resources


Support for survivors can be essential in their ability to recover. Here are suggestions and resources for how to help.

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On Campus Support

The Title IX Coordinator oversees the College’s overall compliance with the College’s centralized review, investigation, and resolution of reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating/intimate partner violence, and stalking.

Sexual Assault Support Team
The Sexual Assault Support Team are members of the faculty and staff who are trained to assist and support students who have experienced sexual intimidation, harassment or violence.

Student Sexual Assault Resource Guide
(resources for survivors of assault)

Concerned Persons Sexual Assault Response Guide
(resource for friends of survivors)

All Gender Support Group
A safe space to talk, share, listen, be supported, and move forward in the recovery process.

Office of Student Affairs (651-696-6220)
Office of Student Affairs staff can mobilize campus resources around you. 

Health and Wellness Center (651-696-6275)
Counselors be helpful in an immediate crisis and help support you in your recovery

Residential Life Staff
Residential Life staff have been trained in crisis intervention and in counseling and support skills. They can direct you to appropriate campus services.

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Off Campus Support

Sexual Offense Services of Ramsey County (SOS)
24-hour crisis: 651-266-1000
SOS responds to the problems of sexual violence by providing crisis intervention, prevention, and education to increase community awareness of sexual violence in order to create a more supportive environment for victims. Become a trained advocate.

MNCASA (Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault)