Sexual Violence

Sexual Violence
  • Overview of Sexual Violence
    • Sexual violence refers to any sexual activity where consent is not given and includes any sexual acts that are against an individual’s will. This also includes unwanted, non-contact sexual remarks. Sexual violence can be committed by a partner, family member, friend, or stranger. Being an individual dealing with sexual violence can have a negative impact on mental, emotional, and physical health. If you need assistance or support dealing with sexual violence, contact the Sexual Assault Resource Team’s (S.A.R.T) confidential, 24/7 hotline at (305)-798-6666. If you wish to speak to provider, make an appointment at the Student Health Services here.

 For more information, visit the CDC website here.