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Need to share and get the story to the right people? File anonymously and our professionals can address the situation.
If you have or know someone who has experienced an incident but you are not sure about it – connect with someone that can help.
If you or anyone else is in immediate danger, call 911 or Eastern Oregon University (EOU) Campus Security at 541.962.3911.
If you have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating or relationship violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation, the University is committed to getting you the help and support you deserve. No matter the situation, you are not to blame.
You are entitled to EOU resources within the college or the community, including
If you want to share your experience confidentially with a Privileged contact connect with one below:
Privileged Campus Advocate 541.962.3381 | Advocate@eou.edu
Shelter From the Storm 541.963.7226, 24/7 Hotline 541.963.9261
Student Counseling Center 541.962.3524 | Counsel@eou.edu
If you have been physically, emotionally, or sexually assaulted, immediate medical care can be helpful for treating or preventing illness and/or injury. It is also an important way to preserve evidence to prove criminal physical or sexual assault or to obtain assistance in applying for a protection order with the local Police Department.
Contacts for medical help
The University provides a variety of resources within the community to support those who have been affected by physical, emotional, sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct. Assistance can include counseling and emotional support as well as assistance in living, transportation and/or working situations.
Contacts for emotional support and advocacy
We believe it is the right of the victim of interpersonal violence to decide if they wish to report an incident, and how much information they wish to share about the incident.
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EOU prohibits retaliation against individuals who engage in reporting a complaint of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence, and/or stalking. Retaliatory behavior is regarded as additional misconduct and may lead to increased sanctions.
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If you are accused of sexual misconduct or gender-based harassment, this is a confusing and overwhelming time. EOU provides resources to help understand the investigation process and provide support. Please contact the Title IX Coordinator at 541.962.3476 or TitleIX@eou.edu.
Student ResourcesStudent Information for reporting
College Employee ResourcesEOU has resources for employees who experience sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct. Contact the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Coordinator for assistance.
Employee Information for reporting
Need more information? Click here for students wanting to learn more about reporting and other topics about sexual misconduct and stalking.
Want to learn more? We have more to read! Employees wanting to read more on reporting and other topics about sexual misconduct and stalking at EOU.
Have questions not covered on these pages? Connect with someone to learn more about sexual misconduct and stalking.
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Privileged Campus Advocate
Have questions but confidentiality is important? Connect with our Privileged Campus Advocate!
Privileged Campus Advocate
Title IX Coordinator and Director of Student Relations
Inlow Hall 113A
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Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Director of Human Resources
Inlow Hall 209
Deputy Title IX Coordinator and Head Volleyball Coach