Campus Support Resources

We provide these resources for questions or assistance on issues of sexual misconduct, consent, and discrimination. St. Lawrence University does not supervise student groups and does not suggest that student groups represent University policy.

If you are the survivor of sexual violence:

  • Go to a safe place—your own room, a friend’s room, or anywhere you will feel safe.
  • Call someone you trust. No matter how late it is, you should not be alone.

    To discuss confidentially:

    • If you wish to maintain your confidentiality at this point, call a close friend, your roommate, or an Advocate (315-244-5466).   Advocates are St. Lawrence University students committed to providing a safe and confidential resource for individuals need of support and information around sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, and other personal violations. They are available 24/7.

You can also contact a counselor. Counselors are confidential resources who can help you sort through your immediate needs, provide emotional support, and help you to connect with other emergency resources. All members of the counseling staff have training and experience with individuals in crisis. There is always a counselor on call through Safety and Security, x5555. Simply say “I need a counselor on call.”  You don't need to disclose the nature of your emergency; provide a phone number at which you can be reached.

Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response
Provided to all students, faculty and staff each fall.

Resources and Process If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted:  A Flow Chart for Students

LGBTQ Student Resources

Student Advocates (24/7 confidential hotline on campus for survivors of sexual misconduct)

Sexual Health FAQ