Types of Interpersonal Violence
At the University of Idaho, we support you in making informed, independent decisions about all aspects of your life, including when things get complicated and violence is involved. Just remember, you aren't walking alone. If you or someone you know has experienced a sexual assault, is in an abusive relationship, or is being stalked, we are here to listen, support and provide you with resources and options.
At UI, we do not tolerate violence of any kind. We have programs available to our students, faculty and staff so they can learn their role in ending power-based interpersonal violence, including but not limited to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Safety planning is an essential tool when dealing with relationship abuse of any kind. A safety plan is personalized practical plan that can help you when confronted with dangerous situations and know the best way to react when you're in danger.
Safety planning is an important tool to use if you are in an abusive or unhealthy relationship. Feel free to meet with someone in person to create a safety plan. Whether you decide to end the relationship or stay, it's a good idea to empower yourself with the knowledge of how to act in different scenarios.
Contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 208-885-6757 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or someone you know is going through domestic violence, sexual assault and/or stalking, please contact us.
Download Love is Respect's College Safety Planning Guide here.