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Points of Contact for Misconduct Issues

There are many resources on campus and in the community to help individuals who believe they have been sexually assaulted or have been accused of sexually assaulting an individual. You may start anywhere. However, if there is physical or emotional trauma we recommend Student Health, University Counseling Center, or Project Horizon.

W&L Resources

DEAN OF STUDENTS 540-458-8754
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER
(Basement of Davis Hall)
Open 24/7 with a nurse on duty and physician on call
540-458-8401
COUNSELING CENTER
(Early-Fielding Building)
Walk-in daily at 11 a.m.
After hours call the Student Health Center at 458-8401
A counselor is on call 24/7
540-458-8590
PUBLIC SAFETY (24/7) 540-458-8999
TRAINED INVESTIGATORS: Jason Rodocker and
Lauren Kozak
540-458-8753
540-458-8536
SFHB (Student-Faculty Hearing Board)
DPA DISCRIMINATION POLICY ADVISORS
For information concerning procedures and dispute resolution options for complaints against faculty, staff or other non-students.
To report anonymously at W&L go.wlu.edu/reportcrime

Community Resources

Emergency 911
Project Horizon
(24 hour emergency service to all women and men in Rockbridge county)
540-463-2594
Lexington Police Department 540-462-3705
Rockbridge County Sheriff’s Office
(Sexual Assault Investigation)
540-463-7328
Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital
Forensic Evidence Collection available at Augusta Health, (800) 932-0262 or Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, 540-981-7000.
(A University Counselor, or Project Horizon staff member, and/or a friend may accompany you.)

540-458-3300

Talk to a Student

Resident Adviser First-Year (RA-FY) on call 540-460-3055
Resident Adviser on call 540-460-3054
Peer Counselor See Posters
for Contact info

Educational Programming

Office of Health Promotion 540-458-4501
One in Four 540-458-4501
SPEAK 540-458-4501
LIFE Peer Health Educators 540-458-4501
Project Horizon 540-463-2594