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Immediately after a rape, sexual assault, non-consensual encouter, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence,sexual harassment, or sex based discrimination incident, you have options about what to do next.

  • To get help after experiencing sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, rape, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking, you have several options. There is not one “right” answer for everyone, but some suggestions are below.

  • Within 24-48 hours
  • At any time
    • Report the incident
    • Ask for help
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Students walking along path


Common Concerns & Questions

  • Do I have to report within a specific timeframe?

  • Can I report things that happen off campus?

  • I’m afraid that if I report, I will be retaliated against.

  • I’ve already gone to the police. Do I have to report to FGCU too?

  • I don’t want an investigation. I just want the behavior to stop.

  • Isn’t the process going to be biased towards the complainant?

  • I would like supportive measures, but do not want to file a formal complaint.