Confidential Reporting website available to CU-Boulder community for confidential reporting

The University of Colorado Boulder's Confidential Reporting website provides an opportunity for CU community members (students, staff, faculty, and their partners) to let the Office of Victim Assistance know about harmful and/or traumatic events they have experienced. Incidents that may be reported on the Confidential Reporting site include bias-motivated incidents, sexual assaults, harassment, hazing, dating abuse, stalking, serious accidents, physical assaults or other life disruptive experiences.

The information reported at this site only goes to the confidential Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) and does not constitute a report to the university or the police.  If you would like to be contacted by OVA counselors, there is a place to let them know how you would like to be followed up with. Through OVA you can receive free and confidential information, counseling, advocacy, support and/or resources.

If you would like to directly contact the Office of Victim Assistance or know more about our services, please call 303-492-8855, or e-mail us at or visit our website.

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