Lewis & Clark College is committed to a culture of respect and non-violence. This entails providing a learning environment free of all forms of abuse, assault, harassment, and coercive conduct. Using the menu to the right, find resources for survivors of sexual or interpersonal violence, prevention initiatives on campus, and policies and procedures for responding to violence on campus. No matter who you are, where you are, what you do, or what you have done in the past, gender-based violence is never your fault. You deserve to build and maintain healthy relationships, where boundaries are communicated and consent is respected. We are here to help.
Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, staff, or faculty member, L&C can provide you with resources, answers, and support. Refer to the links on the right hand side of this page to find more information on resources for survivors, prevention programming, and the response process.
If this is an emergency or you feel immediately unsafe, you can call 911 or Campus Safety (x7777).
If you would like to speak to a confidential resource on campus to learn more about any of these resources, you can reach out to a confidential campus advocate.
If you would like to speak to a confidential resource off campus, Call to Safety operates a 24-hr hotline (1-888-235-5333).