On-Campus Resources

Advocacy, Education, and Support Services

Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (SCCR)

Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, located within the Dean of Students Office, is responsible for the judicial aspects of the code of student conduct at the University of Florida. Individuals associated with the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution are directly responsible for ensuring that students referred to their office receive fair treatment in all aspects of their hearing process. Students, faculty, and staff who believe that there has been a violation of the student code can contact the Office of the Director to discuss options available for reporting incidents to the appropriate authority. You can reach the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution at:

202 Peabody Hall

(352) 392-1261

or visit their website at: https://sccr.dso.ufl.edu/ 

Human Resources – Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity

he Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity takes student and employee reports of sexual harassment. The focal point of the office is to ensure equitable treatment of all students and employees. We network with all aspects of campus employment in order to work towards a learning and working environment free of discrimination and harassment for current as well as prospective students and employees.

P.O. Box 11510

Gainesville, FL 32611-5010

(352) 273-1778

email: eeo@ufl.edu

Human Resources Website

Title IX at UF

Title IX addresses sexual harassment, sexual violence, or any gender-based discrimination that may deny a person access to educational benefits and opportunities.

Title IX: https://titleix.ufl.edu/

LGBTQ+ Affairs

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) Affairs provides education, advocacy, and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight-allied students, staff, and faculty at the University of Florida. LGBTQ+ Affairs aims to create a more hospitable campus climate for all students, faculty, and staff enabling Gators to pursue their studies, jobs, and lives free from the threat of bigotry and discrimination and by increasing awareness and sensitivity of LGBTQ+ issues throughout the entire campus community.

You can reach the University of Florida LGBTQ+ Office at:

655 Reitz Union Drive

Suite 2203

Gainesville, FL 32611-4135

(352) 294-3566


LGBTQ+ Affairs Website

Medical Care

Student Health Care Center

The Student Health Care Center leads, collaborates, and excels comprehensive service provision through wellness promotion and compassionate, accessible care. The Student Health Care Center has a Women’s Health Care Clinic specializing in women’s health issues. The clinic provides services such as counseling for contraceptive options, sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD/STI) prevention, sexuality and other women’s health concerns. Screening, diagnosis and treatment of STDs/STIs, breast exams and instruction in self-examination, pap smears and routine pelvic exams, and pregnancy testing are also offered.

Fall/Spring: Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm; Saturday: CLOSED; Sunday*: 12-4pm (*Urgent care only)

Summer: Monday – Friday: 8am – 4:30pm; Saturday/Sunday: CLOSED

P.O. Box 117500 1 Fletcher Drive Gainesville, FL, 32611-7500 (352) 392-1161

Student Health Care Website: https://shcc.ufl.edu/

Counseling Services

Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) (Confidential Resource)

The University of Florida Counseling and Wellness Center has professional counselors and therapists on staff and offers individual or group counseling dealing with any form of sexual exploitation or other issues related to victimization. All counseling services are free and confidential. The center has an excellent referral system should your needs be better met by a different agency or program. You can reach the University of Florida Counseling and Welness Center at:

3190 Radio Road P.O Box 112662 Gainesville, FL 32611-2662

(352) 392-1575

CWC Website

Legal Assistance

Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services is essentially a pre-paid legal service for full time UF students. Student Legal Services provides students a full range of typical legal services, including advice and consultation, drafting of letters and legal documents, conferences and settlement negotiations with adverse parties, legal research, review and interpretation of legal documents, drafting and filing of legal documents, and some representation in court. Notary services are also available. Preventing legal problems through education is a primary goal of Student Legal Services. Student Legal Services also educates students on their legal rights and responsibilities through lectures, workshops, presentations, and the distribution of information and materials on a variety of legal issues.

3500 J. Wayne Reitz Union Gainesville, FL 32611-8505 (352) 392-5297(LAWS)

email: SLS@studentlegalservices.ufl.edu

Student Legal Services Website

Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Clinc (IPVAC)

Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Clinic’s works under the larger umbrella of a Gender Justice Clinic and take on a wider range of cases, including serving clients who face violence, discrimination, or other oppression based on their actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. The clinic will continue to serve low income survivors of domestic, dating and sexual violence with legal representation, mental health counseling, and case management needs. The clinic will also seek to vindicate the rights of low income clients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary, queer, questioning, intersex, and/or gender nonconforming.

If you are looking for assistance with a Petition for Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence, please contact Teresa Drake at drake@law.ufl.edu or reach the main Clinic line at 352-273-0805. This line is monitored during working hours. You may leave a voicemail and your call will be returned no later than the next business day. In the event of an emergency, please dial 911.

Please note that the clinic does not represent clients in marital dissolution or child custody actions.

Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Clinic Website

Off-Campus Resources

Advocacy, Education, and Support Services

The Alachua County Victim Services & Rape Crisis Center

218 SE 24th Street

(352) 264-6760

Visit their website

Emergency Shelters

Another Way, Inc.
Another Way, Inc.

A domestic violence shelter located in Chiefland, FL.

1-866-875-7983 (crisis hotline)

Visit their website

Arbor House Christian Maternity Shelter
Arbor House Christian Maternity Shelter

Transitional housing for women and children in Gainesville, FL.

(352) 505-3521

Hubbard House

A full-service domestic violence shelter located in Jacksonville, FL.

(904) 354-3114 (24hr hotline)