Statement on Sexual Assault

Ohio University is committed to fostering an environment free from the threat of sexual assault, while actively responding to the needs of those affected by sexual assault.

All forms of sexual assault violate policy 03.004 and the Ohio University Student Code of Conduct. Students found in violation of this provision are subject to a range of disciplinary sanctions including disciplinary expulsion from Ohio University.

For more information and to report an incident, please contact: 

University Equity & Civil Rights Compliance (ECRC)
Kerri Griffin
Director of Civil Rights Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
Sexual Harassment and Other Sexual Misconduct Incident Report
Lindley 006

Ohio University Police Department
135 Scott Quad

The Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility
349 Baker University Center

Ohio University Resources

Counseling & Psychological Services *Confidential Resource
3rd Floor Hudson Health Center
740-593-1616 (24/7 Line)

Campus Care *Confidential Resource
1st Floor Hudson Health Center

Survivor Advocacy Program *Confidential Resource
Lindley Hall 034
740-597-7233 (24/7 Line) 

Community Resources

Center for Student Legal Services
50 S. Court Street, Suite D
*Call or visit website for a list of services

Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO)
*Offers a support group for LGBT survivors of dating/domestic violence

O'Bleness Hospital
55 Hospital Drive
740-593-5551 (24/7 Line)
*Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Present 24/7 to provide medical attention and collect evidence

Athens Police Department
11 North College Street
*Crisis intervention officer will respond. Violence Against Women Unit with a special investigator and social worker who can provide confidential victim services

My Sister's Place
740-594-8837 (24/7 Line)
*Shelter and social services for survivors of domestic/dating violence

Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services
90 Hospital Drive
1-877-475-8484 (24/7 Crisis Line)
*Counseling is available for those who receive or are eligible for Medicaid or Medicare. Private insurance and self-pay are also acceptable. 

Athens County Victims Assistance
Athens County Court House
1 South Court Street, 1st Floor
*Advocates can answer questions about your rights, obtaining protection orders, or any other concerns, related to the criminal justice process