domestic violence

View of University of Utah campus including several buildings and the hills to the East and the white block U on the hillside.

Sexual assault campus climate survey

Results of the 2020 campus climate survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct.

Block U in front of the Park Building

Help is available for victims of domestic violence

It feels dire, but there is hope, and support is available. Friends and family: Check on the people in your lives now, more than ever.

White background, text reads "April is sexual assault awareness month"

April 2020: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Here’s what the Center for Student Wellness has planned for campus.

Leading the initiative on violence prevention and education

Chris Linder’s appointment is part of efforts to increase safety and reduce domestic violence.

Patients withhold life-threatening issues from doctors

Facing the threat of domestic violence, being a survivor of sexual assault, struggling with depression or thoughts of suicide are four topics that are difficult to broach with anyone. Including those who can help you.


Rebecca Dowdell, associate director of University Student Apartments, oversees a clothing collection on campus to help women with limited resources put together a work wardrobe.

Survey reports what U students know about sexual assault

Most trust campus to handle cases well but many don’t know how to report or access resources.


New report from the S.J. Quinney College of Law focuses on remedies to help protect migrant women from domestic violence and sexual assault.


Volunteers needed as U students, faculty and staff confront domestic violence through Circles of Peace.


The U’s full-time victim advocates are available to help navigate resources, find support services and heal.