Knowledge is power. Join our community in ending sexual violence.
Sexual violence occurs all too often on college campuses. The University of Dayton takes this very seriously and is committed to supporting survivors and preventing future violence from occurring. If you have been assaulted, know that we are here to support you and you have options. If you are looking for further information and data on sexual assault, you can find that throughout this site. We are committed to helping students experience healthy relationships and enjoy a safe and exciting college experience. Are you with us?
Sexual violence is present in our community. Let's talk about it.Discussing sexual violence, learning how to prevent it, healing from an assault, and supporting loved ones as they heal are all very difficult. But you do not have to do it alone. The Sexual Violence Prevention Education office has a variety of educational tools to help you start these conversations. Don't see what you are looking for? Contact us and let us know how we can help you!
Know the facts. Protect yourself. Protect your community.
Experiencing sexual assault, or supporting a friend after they have experienced an assault, can be very overwhelming. Often we are not sure where to go, what to do, or who to turn to. We are here to help. Explore this page to find answers to common questions, fast facts regarding sexual assault, and how to get involved in ending sexual violence at the University of Dayton.
Have a question? We have the answer.
Understanding the policies and regulations around sexual assault is easier than it first appears. These policies contain important information, including acceptable and unacceptable behavior for members of the University of Dayton community, reporting options, and legal expectations of our faculty and staff. Take a look!
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Off Campus Resources
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
24 hour hotlineMiami Valley Hospital
One Wyoming Street
Dayton, OH 45409-2793
On Campus Resources
Sexual Violence Prevention Education Office
Kristen Altenau, Coordinator
College Park Center
Emergency: 937-229-2121 or 911 from a campus phone
Officers are on duty 24/7
1st Floor Gosiger Hall
Gosiger 121 & McGinnis Center 112
Community Standards and Civility
227 Gosiger Hall
Ground Floor, Gosiger Hall
101A Liberty Hall
212 Alumni Hall
College Park Center