TAMU Sexual Violence/Harassment

You Are Not Alone

Sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking can happen to anyone. Texas A&M wants to make sure you have all the resources out there to help you or someone you know who has been impacted by sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking.

Student Assistance Services can help to identify or provide assistance.  

 Some options might be to:

  • Offer academic support- facilitate discussions with faculty members, help reschedule tests.
  • Help a student impacted if they want assistance in changing living arrangements, parking location, or class schedules to reduce the chance of continued contact with the alleged offender.
  • Refer the survivor to Student Health Services, the Student Counseling Service and the Sexual Assault Resource Center. If it is timely, the sexual assault advocate will encourage the student to go to the emergency room and will offer to accompany them.
  • Offer information about the University Conduct process and the survivor's rights in conduct cases alleging sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking.
  • Remind the survivor that they may file criminal charges no matter what action is taken with the university.
  • Discuss options for filing a police report.

Here are some additional resources:
 

After an Incident  Resources, Rights and Options

Support Services  Do Your Part (Bystander Intervention)

Helping a Friend  Options for Reporting

Grievance Procedures  Resources for Faculty and Staff

In the Media  Definitions 

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