Choosing to Report
If you've been sexual assaulted, stalked, or are in an abusive relationship, it is not your fault and you are not alone. Choosing to report violence is a personal decision that only you can make. Some reasons people choose to report violence include:
- Regaining a sense of control
Holding the assailant responsible
Helping prevent violence from happening to others
Getting connected to support
If you choose to report violence at Loyola, we are committed to providing you with nonjudgmental support. If you report, we will:
Treat you with dignity and respect
Give you options
Connect you to support services on or off campus
If you have any questions or concerns about your options, please consider reaching out to a confidential trained Loyola sexual assault advocate at 773-494-3810.
Visit How to Report to learn about ways to report violence on and/or off-campus.