Campus Resources

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: 573-882-3880
• 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
• 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.