Task Force

Counseling and Psychological Services, the Dean of Students, the Office for Women, Student Health, the Office of Equal Opportunity and IU Police have partnered to create a campus wide coalition to initiate and coordinate efforts to address sexual assault and intimate partner violence on campus.  The task force provides a forum for planning and coordinating primary prevention education for students, faculty and staff; articulation of victims’ rights; coordination of message and dissemination of information; and training for faculty and staff.  It has broad representation from stakeholders across campus and the community. 


What to Do

Respect: If someone tells you they have been sexually assaulted, believe them. Listen without judgment. Ask how you can help. 

Respond: If you see something, do something! Trust your instincts. Take the potential victim and yourself to safety.

Refer: Provide resources to the victim of the assault

Campus Health Services:

  • Coleman Hall, room 100- 317-274-8214 
  • Campus Center, suite 213- 317-274-2274

For Students: Assistant Director of Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Response, Confidential Advocate, CAPS, Walker Plaza 220, 317-274-5715, saadv@iupui.edu
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Walker Plaza 220, 317-274-2548

For Faculty and Staff: Employee Assistance Program (EAP): 888-234-8327

Report: Assaults involving the IUPUI community should be reported to:
IU Police: 317-274-7911

Office of Student Conduct (OSC)/Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Campus Center 270, 317-274-4431

Office of Equal Opportunity(OEO)/Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Lockefield Village 4443, 317-274-2306

IUPUI Safewalk Program

To request a Safewalk escort call 317-274-7233(SAFE) - available 24/7