What We Do


This arm of our office is two-fold: Confidential victim advocacy and interpersonal violence counseling.
Advocates can provide information and support around various needs related to survivorship, such as academic support, reporting processes, forensic exams, basic needs access, and more. Visit our About Advocacy page for more information.
Interpersonal violence counselors can support survivors in processing the difficult feelings and impacts that come with surviving trauma. You can get connected with a counselor through our confidential advocates.


To fulfill our mission, SAFE Center offers a variety of programming throughout the year. This programming ranges from large scale events and awareness months to workshops and facilitations; as well as social media educational endeavors.
Much of our programming centers around interpersonal violence and survivor voice. However, we also engage through other topics of gender, feminism, and social justice. Explore the Education and Events menus for more information.


With two on-campus locations ( 112 Student Services and 234 Lory Student Center) there is plenty space to take a break, hangout, and study. Our LSC location  features a conference table, our resource library, and access to a break room stocked with a refrigerator, microwave, and pocket food pantry.