Confidential Reporting

Meeting with an advocate is confidential. The fact that a student meets with a Survivor Advocate and the content of that meeting are both confidential, meaning that no one needs to know the meeting took place or what was discussed, unless the student decides they would like to disclose that information to others. Additionally, meeting with an advocate does not obligate a student to do any process or procedure either on or off-campus. The purpose of meeting with an advocate is so that a student survivor of sexual or gender-based violence understand their rights and their options. It is up to the student to decide how they would like to proceed.


Options & Services

  • Emotional Support

  • Safety planning

  • Help with Academic & Housing Accommodations

  • Navigating Title IX process

  • Help with the UA Appeal Process: Withdrawals, and Financial Aid & Scholarships

  • Mental Health Counseling & Support Groups

  • Filing a Police Report; both on campus with UAPD, or with Tucson Police Department

  •  Obtaining an Order of Protection, or Injunction Against Harassment 

  • Medical Accompaniment*/ Education about Medical Forensic Exams

  • Court Accompaniment*

*Survivor Advocacy at UA can connect you with an advocate from a partner organization to help with these options.