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Sexual Misconduct Resources

If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, or stalking, we encourage you to pursue resources provided by the University of Wyoming or variety of community organizations

Confidential Campus Resources

The STOP Violence Program is an on-campus advocacy and education program. We work with victims and survivors of sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking. If you are a member of the campus community and would like information or just to talk, you can call us at the Dean of Students office 766-3296 or stop by Knight Hall 106 Monday through Friday, 10 am through 4 pm.

The University Counseling Center provides free confidential counseling to students. Students can go to the office in Knight Hall, room 341, to make an appointment and speak with a counselor.

Student Health Services provides free, confidential medical services to students with a range of concerns. Services include reproductive exams and STI testing. Students who would like a forensic examination ("rape kit") should instead go to the Ivinson Memorial Hospital ER to see a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.

Additional Campus Resources

University of Wyoming Police Department

Dean of Students Office

Community Resources

The Albany County SAFE Project operates a 24-hour hotline for victims and survivors of sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, child abuse, and elder abuse. They provide crisis support, emergency shelter and material assistance, and advocacy and referrals. You can also drop by their office in Knight Hall 108 if you would like to talk to someone in person. 307-745-3556

The Albany County Crime Victim Witness Program provides information and updates to anyone who has reported a crime to UWPD, Laramie Police Department, or the Albany County Sheriff. 


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