Remember, you are not alone in this. Whether you have questions about your own experience or your friend's, there are resources on campus, in the community, and nationally that can help. Below is a list of Confidential & Non-Confidential Support Resources. If you have questions about what contacting these resources looks like, consider connecting with the WesWell for more information.

Confidential vs. Non-Confidential Resources

Confidential Campus Resources will not share details of your narrative, and have to submit a Confidential Crime Report (which is de-identified and only mentions the type of experience, not the details). This form is for data collection purposes, required by the Clery Act. 

Non-Confidential Campus Resources are Responsible Employees at Wesleyan. If they receive disclosures, they are required to contact Debbie Colucci in the Office for Equity & Inclusion, sharing identifying information and the nature of the conversation; however, this does not start an investigation. It results in a follow-up e-mail sent to the student who made the disclosure, outlining resources for care and support on campus and in the community. 

For more information about supportive resources for students, staff, and faculty respectively, see the Title IX Options for Reporting and Support Poster recently created by the Title IX Education Committee. 

For information about Wesleyan's Sexual Misconduct Policy, Support Resources, and other information regarding survivor options, please visit the Sexual Misconduct at Wesleyan: Support & Resources website. 

Confidential Support Resources


Off-Campus (Local)

Off-Campus (National)

Non-Confidential Support Resources


Off-Campus (National)