Need help? Want to talk? 24-hour on-call services:
920-832-4646 - Outagamie County Crisis Intervention Center
920-733-8119 - Sexual Assault Crisis Center
920-419-8167 - LU Counseling Line
You can disclose as much or as little as you choose. Speaking with a counselor is confidential.
Making Lawrence a Safer Place
Lawrence welcomes everyone who shares our mission of liberal learning and our value of respect for one another. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors have the right to participate in our community without discrimination based on sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation, and to live and learn in an environment free from sexual violence.
If you have experienced sexual harassment, assault, or exploitation, click Get Help Now to find out what to do. You can speak confidentially one of our Confidential Resources or other resources on campus.
To learn more about Lawrence's sexual misconduct policy and about consent and healthy relationships, click Get Informed. To find out how you can make the campus safer and help end intimate partner violence, click Get Involved. And if you have ideas to improve this website, contact a SHARE member or use the button on the left to e-mail the Title IX Coordinator.
The Lawrence Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedure is based on national best practice and can be found here.
It is our practice at Lawrence to develop policy and process informed by input from our community. We are proud of the outcome, and as always, we welcome continued dialogue. To ensure the safety of the Lawrence community, we must continue to be vigilant and to be open to dialogue on issues of consent and healthy relationships.
To help ensure a safe campus, any person who violates the sexual misconduct policy will be sanctioned. Multiple offenses, predatory actions, threats, force, or violence are grounds for separation from the university.