Sexual Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking: What Every Student Should Know
SUNY Plattsburgh is committed to preventing sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking on campus, to assisting victims and survivors, and to holding perpetrators accountable.
You have the right to pursue your studies free from sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking.
If you or someone you know needs help:
- In an emergency, dial 911
- For information about someone to talk (click) to, for victims/survivors and their confidants.
This page includes options for on-campus advocacy and off-campus support.
- For information about how to report (click) to the police or campus authorities.
This page includes options for victims/survivors to change classes and residence halls, if needed.
- For information about seeking medical attention (click).
- Flow charts for helping victims/survivors here.
Definitions (click here):
- What is sexual violence?
- What is dating violence?
- What is stalking?
- What counts as consent?
What Can I Do to Prevent Sexual Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking?
Don't be a bystander. Shatter the silence. Speak up.
- You can speak up when you see someone being given too much alcohol or other drugs.
- You can speak up when you see someone being assaulted or otherwise in danger--call the police.
- You can watch out for your friends.
- You can tell your friends that nonconsensual sex is just wrong.
- You can tell your friends that hurting an intimate partner or stalking them is wrong.
- You can talk to your RA, your coach, your teacher about situations you find uncomfortable or dangerous.
We are all responsible for ending sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Further Information from outside sources:
Lynda J. Ames, Ph.D.
Affirmative Action Officer & Title IX Coordinator
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 564-3310
Fax: (518) 564-3318