The university has clear policies that protect all members of our community from sexual violence, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. If you are involved in a situation of this type, there are a variety of resources available for you to get information and support.

 

Content warning: This page contains information about relationship and sexual violence.

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Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program

The Green Dot strategy empowers us to create a community where violence is not tolerated and everyone plays a part in creating a culture of respect.

Green Dot Bystanders

See Green Dot bystanders in the WashU community, including students, staff and faculty.

If You Have Been Accused of Relationship or Sexual Violence

Learn about the process if an individual seeks disciplinary action or pursues a formal Title IX complaint against you for sexual misconduct.

Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE)

LIVE is a student group that seeks to educate the Washington University community surrounding topics of interpersonal violence.

Masculine Survivor’s Group

The Men’s Project provides a space for critical self-reflection and dialogue on topics of masculinities, gender construction and identity.

Report to Law Enforcement

WUPD has trained and specialized female and male officers to assist you if you feel you are a victim of a sexual assault on campus.

Task Force on Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Recommendations (PDF)

Read the recommendations of the sexual assault and relationship violence task force commissioned in the fall of 2014.

The Date

The Date is a sexual violence prevention program run every year for incoming students.