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This website will tell you: (1) What to do after an assault; (2) How to support a survivor; (3) What your reporting options are; (4) How to get involved; (5) and more. If you have any suggestions, questions, concerns, or can't find what you're looking for, email us. We're here to help.
Public Comment Period Now Open, Nov. 19–Dec. 20 »
The UVa community is invited to review and comment on the newly proposed Student Sexual Misconduct Policy. Reviewers are encouraged to read the Executive Summary before reading the full policy and submitting comments. The current policy is available here.
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Learn more about the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women's Center and the Office of the Dean of Students, the joint sponsors of this website. Read More.
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Find more information about prevention initiatives, campaigns and groups around Grounds who educate peers about sexual violence and advocate on behalf of survivors. Read More.