Sexual Assault Resources
If you have experienced a sexual assault (or dating/domestic violence or stalking), it is not your fault. USU offers support services to all USU students (studying at any of our campuses or online) to help you navigate your options. You can use any or all of these resources.
USU’s Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office provides confidential advocacy for victims of interpersonal violence. Advocates provide emotional support and information about options and resources. They can help you report to police or go with you to get a sexual assault exam. Walk-ins are welcome. SAAVI offers referrals to advocacy services and sexual assault forensic exams wherever you are.
435-797-7273 (24/7 crisis hotline)
USU Counseling and Psychological Services provides same-day crisis appointments to USU students, as well mental health services such as individual and group therapy. Workshops are open to all students, regardless of credit load. Information you share with CAPS is confidential and kept separate from your academic record. CAPS works with regional campuses to ensure students have access to mental health services.
435-797-1012 (M-F, 8-5)
Contact Title IX if you have experienced, witnessed, or have concerns about sexual misconduct. Learn about reporting options or get help with academic accommodations or changes in housing/work schedules. Information is only shared with the employees that are necessary to help you. Contacting Title IX does not automatically start an investigation. The Title IX office works with students anwhere in the USU statewide system.
435-797-1266 (M-F, 8-5)
Old Main 161
Call USU Police for an emergency response, on-campus security escort, assistance from law enforcement or to report a sexual assault. Regardless of where the sexual assault occurred, campus police will ensure you are connected to the right police department for reporting. If you are in danger, call 911 immediately.
800 E 1250 N., Logan