Assistance & Resources
Call 911 immediately if you face an emergency, or you or anyone else is in immediate danger to health or safety.
In nonemergency situations, The University of Wisconsin-Platteville provides a variety of resources for victims and survivors of sexual violence and harassment.
Your use of these resources is confidential.
Confidential On-Campus Resources
University Counseling Services
Confidential counseling, support, and referrals for all UW-Platteville students; walk-in triage appointments are available during weekday business hours
Student Health Services
Provides medical help including sexually transmitted infection testing, pregnancy testing, and prevention; appointments available during weekday business hours
Sexual Violence Victims Advocate
Assists with crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for victims/survivors; drop-in advocacy on Mondays from noon–4 p.m. and Thursdays from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Support group is Monday from 4 p.m.–5 p.m.
Confidential Off-Campus Resources
Provides 24-hour peer counseling by phone or in person, emergency temporary shelter, support groups, referrals and advocacy services
Provides free services including a 24-hour crisis hotline, legal and medical advocacy, long and short-term counseling, and transition assistance for domestic and sexual violence survivors
Provides medical help including but not limited to STI testing, pregnancy testing, sexual assault nurse examiner, and emergency services.
Reporting to these resources may lead to University action. These actions include, but are not limited to,
- Offer of University/community resources
- Explain to you the adjudication processes used by the university and legal authorities
- Provide interim protection measures
- Provide academic accommodations
Dean of Students Office
Assists students with connection to campus and community resources, as well as investigates allegations of student sexual violence misconduct.
Title IX Coordinator
The Title IX coordinator is responsible for coordinating the University's responses to all complaints involving possible sex discrimination. This responsibility includes:
- Monitoring outcomes
- Identifying and addressing any patterns
- Assessing effects on the campus climate
University of Wisconsin-Platteville Police
If you have experienced sexual violence on campus property, you may file a report with University Police. You may also contact the department for more information on the legal process.
Assists employees with connection to resources, as well as investigates allegations of employee sexual violence misconduct.
City of Platteville Police Department
If you have experienced sexual violence in the Platteville community, you may file a report with the City of Platteville Police Department. You may also contact the department for more information on the legal process.
- What to Expect When Reporting to Law Enforcement
- Grant County Rights of Victims
- Restraining Orders for Sexual Assault Victims
Sexual Assault Resources
Dating or Domestic Violence Resources
- Dating Violence
- Domestic Violence
- Special Resources for Dating & Domestic Violence (Veterans, Spanish speakers, etc.)
- Power & Control Wheel
- Safety Planning for College Students