RSVP Center: G216 MU Student Center; 573-882-6638
• *Confidential resource*
• Hours during academic year: Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
• Professional, trauma-informed staff provide crisis intervention, advocacy, support and referral services for survivors of relationship and sexual violence, as well as education about these issues for the campus at large.
• Click here to learn more about RSVP Center advocacy and support services
• Click here to see the Notice of Rights and Options available to survivors at Mizzou
University Hospital: Emergency Department, University of Missouri Hospital, 1 Hospital Drive; 573-882-8091
• *Confidential Resource*
• Location of SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Clinic for forensic examinations, STI treatment, emergency contraception and other options.
• All SANE services are free of charge for survivors.
• A trained advocate from True North, will be contacted to assist survivors during this time. Many advocates are also MU students.
• Click here to read more about the SANE process
• Click here to learn more about the SANE process (video)
MU Counseling Center: 119 Parker Hall (6th St between Elm and Stewart); 573-882-6601
• *Confidential Resource*
• Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (24/7 crisis service available)
• Group and individual therapy, consultation, and programming for MU Students. MUCC also offers consultation to students who need help assisting a friend. Group and program schedules are available here.
• On-call crisis walk-in services available during regular business hours.
• Crisis phone services available outside of business hours.
Student Health Center: 4th floor University Physicians Medical Bldg., 1101 Hospital Drive
• *Medical and behavioral health providers are confidential resources*
• Medical assistance for MU students by appointment (including STI testing): 573-882-7481.
• Behavioral Health providers available by appointment (some sessions included in Student Health Fee): 573-882-1483.
MU Police Department: 901 Virginia Avenue; 573-882-7201
• Survivors can report rape and sexual assaults to the MU Police. This does not necessarily mean that charges have to be filed against the perpetrator. The police will have a record of the crime.
• Click here for the most recent Campus Crime and Fire Safety Report, as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act
• MU Police also provides free self-defense courses called “R.A.D” classes. For registration and more information about R.A.D., click here.
Office for Civil Rights & Title IX: 573-882-3380
• Anyone can file a report with the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX.
• Reporting the incident to the police is not required in order to initiate a campus investigation.
• Click here to see the Notice of Rights and Options available to potential complainants at Mizzou.
• Click here to file a report with the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX.
• Title IX info at Mizzou: Click here.
Student Legal Services: 2500 MU Student Center; 573-882-3621
• Provides free individual legal consultation for students.
• Provides students assistance with filing orders of protection.
Office of Student Conduct: G206 MU Student Center; 573-882-5543
• To report an incident to the Office of Student Conduct, click here.
• Click here for the Collected Rules and Regulations of the University of Missouri (M-Book)
• Click here to view the University of Missouri’s Sexual Misconduct Policy
Please contact the RSVP Center (573-882-6638) for assistance in locating additional resources.