Student complainants, respondents, and witnesses may request supportive measures. Supportive measures are tailored to meet the needs of each student but may include academic arrangements (such as class withdrawals, incomplete grades and alternative course completion, extension of deadlines), campus escort services, assistance with housing, transportation, and other support services, ombudsperson services, legal advice, confidential support persons, referrals to community agencies, and/or other reasonable measures. Students may also seek confidential resources such as health and counseling services, as well as financial assistance, visa and immigration assistance, and safety planning.
A table of resources is available on the Support and Resources page.
Resources for Complainants
The Confidential Advocates in the Office of the Dean of Students are a confidential resource for students reporting Title IX misconduct. In addition to assisting students with supportive measures and referring students to appropriate campus resources, Confidential Advocates can refer students to off-campus resources and accompany students who elect to file a police report. Additional information is available at safe.uoregon.edu. Information shared with confidential resources is not shared with OICRC.
The Respondent Resource Coordinator in the Dean of Students Office is a confidential resource for students accused of Title IX misconduct. In addition to assisting students with interim measures, the Respondent Resource Coordinator can refer students to appropriate on and off-campus resources and provide confidential support for students navigating the investigative process. Information shared with confidential resources is not shared with OICRC. More information is available at dos.uoregon.edu/respondent-resources.