Resources and Reporting
USU is committed to a working and learning environment free of sexual misconduct. If you have experienced sexual misconduct (sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, or stalking), USU offers many resources and services to help you heal and achieve your academic goals.
Learn more about Sexual Misconduct Resources available at USU.
To learn more about USU's efforts to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct in the campus community, visit "University Oversight" in the menu above.
USU’s Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office provides confidential advocacy and counseling for survivors of interpersonal violence. Advocates help you navigate your options, seek medical attention, get a sexual assault forensic exam, and receive counseling. SAAVI offers referrals to services wherever you are located.
435-797-7273 (24/7 crisis hotline)
TSC 311 (walk-ins welcome)
USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides same-day crisis appointments and 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 statewide campuses to ensure students have access to mental health services.
435-797-1012 (M-F, 8-5)
Contact the Title IX Coordinator to report sexual misconduct or if you need access to supportive measures, i.e. academic accomodations or changes to on-campus schedules.Your information is shared on a limited basis to provide supportive measures or investigate a complaint. The Title IX Coordinator works with students and employees throughout the 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, stalking, or dating/domestic violence. Regardless of where the sexual assault occurred, USU 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