Confidentiality and Privacy

Confidentiality and privacy are important factors to consider when when making a report of discrimination and requesting assistance and support. Confidential people and offices are those such as physicians, therapists, and other designated people who are not mandated to share information you report to them with others, including law enforcement. People who ARE NOT designated as confidential resources can have private conversations with you about what you have experienced, but may be required to report information to the Office of Equity and Compliance.

Confidential Non-Confidential
Student Health and Counseling Center Office of Equity and Compliance
Center for Advocacy, Relationships and Sexual Violence
 Staffed by STAR advocates
Multicultural Center
Employee Assistance Programs Native Student Center
Standing Together Against Rape (STAR) Residence Life
Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC) Your mentor, advisor or faculty
  Your supervisor
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