Carnegie Mellon University values your experience and is committed to creating and maintaining a living and learning environment that is both healthy and safe. The links on the left side of this page will outline your rights and responsibilities as a member of the CMU community, as well as provide you with campus and community resources that you can use following a sexual assault, an incident of stalking, or if you feel like you may be in an abusive relationship.
Our hope is that, together, we can create a culture where sexual, dating, and domestic violence, as well as sexual harassment and stalking are not tolerated or accepted. We want to create a culture where survivors of these types of violence will feel comfortable speaking up and speaking out – a place where they feel believed, heard, and supported.
Should you or someone you know have such an experience, it is our hope that these links will help you find a safe space for support and resources. We recognize that the information given may be complex, so I encourage you to contact me should you find yourself in need of assistance. I am always available to you.
Coordinator of Gender Programs and Sexual Violence Prevention