Sexual Assault and Dating Violence
If you believe you have been sexually assaulted, or if you are in an abusive or violent relationship, please contact University Police at x5222 or Health and Wellness at x4361. Please use the sites linked below to learn more about sexual assault, partner abuse, and dating violence. You can increase your understanding of these issues, learn more about the services available at MSU and in the community, and find ways you can be active in campus, regional, or national education and prevention efforts.
MSU Sexual Assault Response Team
Learn more about your rights as a victim of sexual assault, including available medical and counseling resources as well as your options to pursue criminal, civil, or University disciplinary charges.
Campus Sexual Assault Bill of Rights
This site informs students of the rights afforded to them by the United States Congress, which enacted the Campus Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights as part of the Higher Education Amendments Acts of 1992.
Security on Campus, Inc.
A website for student victims of crime and their families, including resources for survivors of sexual assault, information on laws and legal resources, and news on campus crime and safety.
It Happened to Alexa Foundation
It Happened to Alexa is a foundation that helps survivors of sexual assault who are taking part in court trials by providing financial assistance to their family members or other support persons who will accompany them to court proceedings.
Domestic Violence: Love & Control
This link takes you directly to a brochure about relationship abuse and dating violence. You can read it on-line or print it to read later or share with a friend or support person.
Activism and Action: What YOU Can Do to Help End Sexual Assault and Violence
Founded by student activists, SAFER is a notional non-profit organization that give college students the tools to organize educational efforts and policy-reform initiatives.
The White Ribbon Campaign
This international organization encourages men to take a role, actively and visibly, in the campaign to end violence, particularly violence against women.
Discover how to "heal hearts through the arts." Arte Sana also has a special concern about violence against women of color.
A Window Between Worlds
Learn more about how art can be used to end violence against women and children.