Arizona State University is committed to your health, safety and well-being.
While ASU continues to operate in a variety of learning modalities, resources and support are available both virtually and in-person.
Sexual and relationship violence is widespread in society and has a profound impact on individuals and their communities. It takes a community of care to support victims and survivors, and ASU provides a variety of reporting options, resources and educational programs to prevent sexual misconduct. Learn more about the resources and reporting options by reviewing a summary of the resources or the more extensive Sexual Assault Misconduct Guide.
ASU takes all reports of such conduct seriously and is committed to taking appropriate action to hold violators accountable and to prevent any recurrence. In order to ensure all members of our community have access to health and safety resources should an incident occur, all ASU employees are mandatory reporters and must report allegations of sexual assault/harassment.
We work continuously to improve prevention, response, support and investigation of sexual harassment, sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence. By challenging each and every member of our community to take action to prevent this from occurring, we can create a safe and healthy campus environment free of violence.
If an incident of sexual misconduct or relationship violence occurs, options to report the incident, receive confidential support and immediate assistance are available through on-campus and off-campus resources. This website provides more information about the options available.