We have several confidential and semi-confidential reporting options on campus and in our community as well as other non-confidential resources in place to assist with support and services. Instructors and professors and staff members are required to report a disclosure of sexual misconduct.
Confidential reporting locations do not disclose the information you share to the university, the police or anyone else without your permission or extenuating circumstances (e.g., imminent threat of harm). Please note: Gritman Medical Center will contact police and advocacy agencies but it is your decision if you want to speak with an agency representative.
Counseling and Testing Center
Forney Hall, 3rd Floor
208-885-6716 (24 hour crisis hotline)
Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse
Office campus, Palouse
208-883-HELP (4357) (24 hour crisis hotline)
Student Health Clinic
Student Health, 129
Gritman Medical Center
Off Campus, S. Main Street
Semi confidential reporting locations do not disclose information that does not amount to a “Clery Crime” and did not occur on campus. Even if what you do report is a Clery Crime that occurred on campus, your name and specific disclosure is not reported. All that is reported is what the crime was and where it occurred (e.g., on-campus property, non-campus property, or public property).
Memorial Gym, 109
Office of the Dean of Students
Moscow Police Department
911 or 208-882-COPS (2677)