Written Explanation of Rights & Options
- You have the right to medical care and UF will provide this access.
Law Enforcement & Safety
- You will be provided written information on how to preserve evidence.
- UF will assess the immediate safety needs of both you and the UF community and will offer appropriate safety precautions.
- You have the right to contact and report to local law enforcement and UF will provide the contact information for local law enforcement.
- You will be provided written instructions on how to apply for a Protective Order.
- You will be provided with a list of on and off campus mental health providers.
- UF will assess the need to implement interim or longer term protective measures and will accommodate reasonable requests of such measures as housing changes, change in class schedule, and “No Contact” directives.
- If appropriate, UF will provide a “No Trespass” (PNG) directive to the respondent.
- You will be provided a copy of the Guidelines for Addressing Sexual Misconduct and will be informed of the time frames for inquiry, investigation, and resolution.
- You will be informed of the outcome of the investigation, whether or not the respondent will be charged with a violation of the Student Conduct Code and what the outcome of the hearing is.
- You have the right to select an advisor of choice for the Title IX grievance process, and if you do not have an advisor UF will provide one for you.
- UF will enforce the anti-retaliation policy and take immediate and separate action against parties that retaliate against an individual for reporting of sex-based discrimination or for assisting in the investigation
GAINESVILLE CAMPUS RESOURCES
University of FL Police Department
Office of Victim Services
UF Counseling and Wellness Center
UF Health Hospital Emergency Department
UF Student Health Care Center
Title IX Coordinator
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Sexual Assault Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
As the scope of resources available to you is vast, this brochure offers a portion of the resources available to you. For more resources specific to UF and other UF campuses, local, national, and international please visit our website:
If you would like to talk to a Victim Advocate to discuss your needs and next steps, you can contact the Office of Victim Services.
Available 24/7 at:
- (352) 392-5648 (Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM)
- (352) 392-1111 (after business hours and on weekends)
One of the highest priorities at the University of Florida is maintaining a warm and welcoming campus environment that not only allows everyone the right to be safe, but also to feel safe. Our goal is to cultivate campus environments that allow everyone at UF to safely study, live and work as they strive to reach their full potential. UF’s goal is ensuring that as a survivor of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking, we may provide you with information regarding resources that can help you in your time of need. UF’s intention when a survivor of a VAWA crime comes forward is to initiate a process that ensures that we are able to provide a full institutional response.