Bucknell University recognizes the problem of sexual misconduct in our society and has taken steps to address student concerns, to educate the campus community, and to treat seriously reports of sexual misconduct. If you have experienced an assault, please know that you are not alone, and that there are people here who can provide you with resources to help you make informed choices, and support your recovery.
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The Advocates are trained members of the Bucknell community whose primary responsibility is to provide information to student survivors regarding the medical, academic and legal options or needs a student may have following a sexual assault.
Bucknell University recognizes the serious problem of sexual misconduct in our society and has taken steps to address student concerns, to educate the campus community, and to treat seriously reports of sexual assault
General Information about Sexual Misconduct
If you have been sexually assaulted, we hope that this information will help you know that you are not alone, provide you with information to help you make informed choices, and support your recovery.
Prevention & Response Coalition
The Coalition serves as a central committee that coordinates and directs the work that originated with the University's Sexual Assault Task Force.
Department of Justice Grant
In the Fall of 2012, Bucknell University received a three-year, nearly 300K grant from the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women to address sexual assault, dating violence and stalking on campus.
Local and Web Resources
Information about campus offices, student organizations, and local groups.