Sexual Assault Resources
Director of Health Promotion
The Director of Sexual Assault Services integrates and oversees all services for survivors of sexual assault, ensuring that a student's needs are being met. She also consults with service providers, faculty and staff, friends of survivors, parents, and individuals who have been accused of sexual assault. She is also available for counseling appointments.
- Phone: (757) 221-2510
The WMPD is a great resource for students who want to talk with an officer about options for reporting a sexual assualt.
- Emergency Phone: 911
- Non-Emergency Phone: (757) 221-4596
The Office of the Dean of Students assists and supports students in achieving academic and personal goals. They are available to answer questions, to help resolve issues or concerns and to refer students to the appropriate College or community resources.
- Phone: (757) 221-2510
Health Promotion is committed to enhancing the overall health and wellness of our William & Mary Tribe. Health Promotion has four main focus areas: Alcohol and Other Substances, Sexual Health, Mental Health and Wellness, and sexual and intimate partner violence prevention.
- Health Promotion Specialist (specializing in sexual and intimate partner violence)
Phone: (757) 221-7369
Students who have been assaulted can receive many services at the Student Health Center, including screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, a pregnancy test, and emergency contraception.
- Appointments: (757) 221-2998
- Information: (757) 221-4386
The Counseling Center offers free counseling for students.
- Phone: (757) 221-3620
A student-run organization of volunteer law students that offers free legal assistance to William & Mary students, faculty, staff and organizations.
- Phone: (757) 221-3304
Faculty, staff, and students who participate in Safe Zone training are particularly equipped to serve as a resource for people seeking clarification around issues of sexual diversity. The Safe Zone Virginia stickers or pins help convey a message that the person displaying the symbol is supportive, trustworthy, and sensitive to the needs and concerns of LGBT people.
Services include peer counseling, awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities, and to protect and serve the GLBT students at the College while establishing a support network of concerned and interested individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Student Sexual Assault Prevention Groups
Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention is an umbrella student organization with interested individudals as well as representatives from groups on campus working to end sexual violence.
One in Four
One in Four is an all-male peer education group that delivers presentation to an all-male audience on the issue of sexual assault- especially how to help someone who has been sexually assaulted.
Other Student Groups
Members of Health Outreach Peer Educators (HOPE) are trained students who provide the college community with up to date and reliable health information.
Feminists Unite (FU) is the College of William and Mary's feminist student organization.
Voices for Planned Parenthood is a student group affiliated with the national organization, Planned Parenthood.