ARISE

Assault and Rape Information, Support, and Education

Serving members of the FGCU community impacted by interpersonal violence and gender-based discrimination.

Working to create a violence-free and equitable campus.

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Resources

Learn about resources for physical and mental health care,  options for reporting, on- and off-campus supports, and how you can support someone who has experienced interpersonal violence or gender-based discrimination. 

 

Where to Go for Help

Resources for those affected by sexual violence on campus with confidential support as well as off-campus places to find help if you feel that you or someone you know has been impacted.

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Request a Program

Our online list of programs includes categories like “Relationships, relationship violence, sexual assault” and “Bystander Intervention”—review these to select your program, then fill out the appropriate online program request form to submit your request.

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Printable Materials

 

FAQ, Myths, and Facts about Sexual Violence

  • Myths about Sexual Violence

  • Facts about Sexual Violence

  • Defining Sexual Violence

  • Options Following Sexual Violence

  • On-Campus Residential Support Options

  • Options for Evidence Collection and Emergency Medical Care

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections and Pregnancy Concerns

  • On- and Off-Campus Reporting Options

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Please reach out with questions

Katherine Cascio, PhD, Victim Advocate

(she, her, hers)

Counseling and Psychological Services

300 Student and Community Counseling Center

10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, Florida 33965

(239) 590-1243 

kcascio@fgcu.edu