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We care and we are here to support you.
Report non-urgent concerns about personal safety, sexual misconduct, harassment, bias or other matters.
Call 911 for immediate emergencies.
How can we help? What are you experiencing?
It is not your fault. If you think you've had any kind of unwanted sexual experience or contact, we can help. You are not alone. Learn more.
Confidential Advocacy Network
Advocates connect you with resources, explain reporting options and help you process your experience. We will respond to you during the next business day to set up a meeting. Learn more.
All Pacific University students, employees, affiliates and visitors are protected by Title IX, a federal law that expressly prohibits all forms of sex discrimination, which include sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence. Learn more.
To consult or to report a complaint of sexual harassment, sexual assault or sexual violence, contact:
Cherie Scricca | Interim Title IX Coordinator
If you are struggling with emotional or personal stress or experiencing interference due to mental health concerns, please reach out.
Student Counseling Center
Call 911 if your immediate safety is at risk, if you are witnessing violence, or if you perceive imminent harm to yourself or others.
An act of discrimination, harassment, or intimidation based on race, color, ethnicity, nationality, economic background, age, physical and mental health or ability, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status, or religious practice that is directed at an individual or group. Learn more.
When one person intentionally subjects another to offensive physical contact, threatens or inflicts physical injury, or threatens or causes damage to the property of another person because of their race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. Learn more.
Call 911 in an immediate emergency. Remember the most important things to do during an emergency:
- Don’t panic
- Use common sense
- Follow procedures or direction given until assistance arrives
Responding to Emergencies
Medical Emergency | Suspicious Behavior | Earthquake | Fire & Explosions | Bomb Threat | Hazardous Materials | Inclement Weather | Suspicious Parcels | Active Shooter Procedures | Evacuation Assembly Areas
If you are concerned about a student, please tell us by submitting a Care Referral Form to the Student Support Office.
When concerns are reported, the Care Team, managed by the Student Support Office, will assess the situation, offer support, and provide referrals to the breadth of resources on-campus.
A student of concern is any student who displays behaviors that may interfere with their or others' ability to be successful and function well in the living, learning or work environment. These can include mental and physical health, academics, finances, substance abuse, crime victims or social and emotional well-being.
All you need to do is reach out.
Not Sure what you Need?
503-352-2078 (Contact Office of Student Support)
We provide assistance, intervention, and referrals for any student facing challenges that interfere with their ability to thrive through our Student Support Services.
You have access to a wide variety of services, including health, counseling, spiritual, academic, disability accommodations and other support resources available to all Pacific University students.
In some cases, you may want to file a report with the police to report a crime, including sexual violence or hate crimes. Campus Public Safety or a confidential advocate can assist in reporting to police.
In an immediate emergency, call 911.
503-629-0111 | Non-emergency, Forest Grove Police Department
503-629-0111 | Non-emergency, Hillsboro Police Department
541-682-5111 | Non-emergency, Eugene Police Department
503-982-2345 | Non-emergency, Woodburn Police Department
503-823-3333 | Non-emergency, Portland Police Bureau
503-629-0111 | Non-emergency, Washington County Sheriff Department
A central place to report concerns about personal safety, sexual misconduct, harassment, bias or other matters.
Call 911 for immediate emergencies.
If you cannot find the information you need here, please contact Office of Student Support at 503-352-2078 to be connected to the services you need.