Select your campus above for more detailed information about resources available, including medical care, emotional support, advocacy, counseling, community organizations, and the designated Resource Person for your campus.
Penn State offers resources to support any student, faculty, or staff member who has been affected by an incident of sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct. You do not have to file a formal report or press criminal charges to receive assistance. Whether you are looking for counseling and emotional support; academic, housing, or work accommodations; or to learn more about reporting and investigations, your campus Resource Person can help you find the resources that best fit your individual situation.
If you would like to discuss an incident confidentially, navigate to the Confidential Resources page. Confidential resources will not disclose information about the incident, and seeking advice from a confidential counselor does not constitute a report to the University or law enforcement. Keep in mind that if you disclose to a University employee who is not designated as a confidential resource, they may be obligated to pass information they learn about the incident along to the University’s Title IX Coordinator as a responsible employee.