What can I do?

Many campus resources exist to help victims of violence.

Immediate support available 24 hours a day

  • Emergency: Call 911 
  • 24-hour Crisis Line: call 800-974-3359
  • Someplace Safe: confidential support

Campus Police

Student Counseling’s counselors and Someplace Safe advocate can inform you of all your options and connect you to resources. Help is available.

First Response Partners

Violence Prevention and Response Program

Student Affairs and Title IX / Equal Opportunity—Campus

Victim/survivor support, campus accommodations, resources, reporting: 320-589-6013 and 320-589-6021

Campus Police—Campus and Community

Law enforcement and personal safety: 320-589-6000 (office)

Student Counseling—Campus

Confidential personal counseling and violence response options: 320-589-6060

Someplace Safe—Community

Confidential victim/survivor advocacy and services, support: 320-589-3208
On-campus office hours in Student Counseling: 320-589-6060

Stevens Community Medical Center—Community

24-hour emergency care, exams, health care: 320-589-1313

Additional Violence Prevention and Response Resources

Equity, Diversity, and Intercultural Programs

Multi-ethnic, international, and LGBTQIA2S+ student support: 320-589-6095

Health Service

Confidential health care, exams, and follow-up care: 320-589-6070

Residential Life

Response, referrals, housing accommodations, and support: 320-589-6475