Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) Survivor Support System
Survivors of a sexual assault need support and information about their alternatives for addressing the assault, whether the incident happened recently or many years ago. Friends of survivors may also have questions or concerns about the ways in which they can support the survivor, or they may need to deal with their own issues related to assault.
The persons listed below have been trained to work with survivors of sexual assault and/or their friends. If you need support or want information about the ways in which you can address your own assault or that of a friend contact:
Director, Counseling Services
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Assistant Director of Admissions
Associate Professor, English
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Director, Neuroscience Project
- (On Sabbatical)
Senior Assistant Director
Coordinator of Multi-cultural Recruitment
Any member of the Survivor Support System can speak with you by phone or can arrange to meet with you at a mutually convenient time and location. The support member will provide you with information about the alternatives available to you to address health, legal, counseling, and other concerns which you may have and can refer you to additional resources if you need further assistance. All conversations with a member of the Survivor Support System, including identity of students, are confidential. Contacts with members of the Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) are confidential.