Sexual Misconduct Resources for Graduate Students
Resources for Graduate Students
This page offers important tools for Ohio University graduate students. Click on the following tabs to explore all resources.
For questions, contact the Graduate College by emailing email@example.com or by calling 740.593.2800.
Ohio University prohibits sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking in any of its employment situations or educational programs and activities. With the exception of the confidential resources listed below, all employees of Ohio University have an obligation to report incidents of sexual misconduct, relationship violence, or stalking to University Equity and Civil Rights Compliance (ECRC).
- University Equity and Civil Rights Compliance (ECRC)
Location: Lindley, 006 (Building #17 on campus map)
The following resources are available and ARE required to report sexual assault, stalking, or dating violence to ECRC:
- Community Standards and Student Responsibility (CSSR)
Location: Baker University Center, 349 (Building #87 on campus map)
- Ohio University Police Department (OUPD)
Location: Scott Quad, 135 (Building #17 on campus map)
The following resources provide confidential support and are NOT required to report sexual assault, stalking, or dating violence to ECRC:
- Campus Care
Location: Hudson Health Center, 1st Floor (Building #35 on campus map)
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS)
Location: Hudson Health Center, 3rd Floor (Building #35 on campus map)
- Survivor Advocacy Program
Location: Lindley 033 (Building #17 on campus map)
Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students (Online Training)
This online training is offered through a partnership between the Graduate College and the Campus Involvement Center. Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students includes Title IX and Clery Act training which equips graduate students with the tools needed to navigate new and complex relationships including how to identify and respond to harassment from a faculty member or advisor, other workplace-based harassment, how to respectfully engage with undergraduate students, and how to respond to student disclosures.
This training is available to All graduate and professional students
This training is offered in a two-part format.
- Part one takes approximately 45 minutes.
- Part two includes a survey and requires 5-10 minutes (ideally after a 30-day intersession)
Requirements for Training
You will need a computer with access to the internet and audio capabilities. You will use your entire OHIO ID (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org). and password to create your account.
To access this training, please click here.