What are my Options?
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 what the situation is, you are not to blame. You are entitled to all resources EOU has to offer within the college or the community, including academic, employment, or housing accommodations; medical care; emotional support; and advocacy services. If you want to talk about your experience confidentially, look for the resources throughout the Title IX website pages for designated confidential resources.
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.
Emotional Support & Advocacy
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.
File a Report
If you have been the victim of a sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct, EOU strongly encourages you to make a report with the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Coordinator. You may also choose to make a report with local law enforcement, or anonymously using the Report an Incident option.
Information for an Individual Accused of Sexual Misconduct
If you have been accused of sexual misconduct or gender-based harassment, this may be a confusing and overwhelming time. EOU provides resources to help you understand the investigation process and provide support. Please contact the Director of Student Relations at 541-962-3476 or email@example.com.
See FAQ for Students for more information
College Employee Resources
EOU has resources for employees who experience sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct. Contact the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Coordinator for assistance.
Also, please see Reporting FAQs for Faculty and Staff for more information.Share: