An advocate provides support for individuals impacted by sexual assault and domestic violence. Advocates are completely confidential. Advocate will answer questions, give information about options and additional resources, and assist with the options an individual may choose to pursue. All parties have the right to have an advocate/advisor attend appointments, meetings, and proceedings with them.
Riverview Center & UNI Campus Coordinator
Riverview Center Crisis Line & Sexual Assault Advocate (24 hours)
Waypoint Services Crisis Line & Relationship Violence Advocate (24 hours)
Amani Community Service (African American Community)
Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity
Iowa Victim Service Call Center
Text: 'Iowahelp' to 20121
Other Confidential Resources
UNI Counseling Center (24 hours)
UNI Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (24 hours)
Safety and Academic Concerns Related to Sexual Misconduct
Assistance is available to provide changes in housing, work schedules, and class sections for survivors of sexual assault. It is also available to help with no contact orders, class assignments, communication with instructors, and other needs or questions that may arise.
Students may also wish to make a direct contact with their faculty, department head, and/or dean for assistance with academic concerns. Please be advised that all request for interim actions related to sexual misconduct will be reported to the Title IX officer.
Title IX Officer
Title IX Deputy Coordinator