During your time here at UW-Whitewater, we hope that neither you, nor someone you know, experiences any type of violence. However, if you need to report an incident of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking or harassment, it’s important that you know how.
While some victims/survivors may choose to report to either the Dean of Students or the police, others may report to both and some may not report to either. To start the reporting process, please contact the Dean of Students at (262) 472-1533. If you would like to file charges with the police, please contact the police department that is located where the incident occurred. At UW-Whitewater, Police Services may be reached at (262) 472-4660.
Please know that university staff are trained in helping survivors of sexual assault know their options and available resources. UW-Whitewater staff members are required to inform students about who they can go to for support and where they can file a report.
Most UWW staff members are required to report any known cases of sexual assault to the Dean of Students. If you would like to speak with someone who does not have to disclose your name, you can speak to the physical or mental health care providers at University Health & Counseling Services (262-472-1305) or student counselors at the Winther Counseling Lab (262-472-2842). If you would like to speak with an advocate, confidential services are available by calling (262) 472-1060.
UW-Whitewater strives to provide support and resources. Please visit our flyer or website for more information.
UW-Whitewater employees may click here to complete the mandatory reporting form.
Title IX Coordinator
800 W. Main, Hyer Hall 425