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Brigham Young University is dedicated to providing an environment free from unlawful sex discrimination. The following are some of the resources provided by the university to assist students, faculty, staff and administrative employees, and others participating in BYU’s education programs and activities.

Information Sheets

Process Flowcharts

Formal Complaint

Campus Resources

Academic Support Office


Provides support for students who are academically underperforming. Support is provided through sessions with a counselor, referrals for resources, or through the office’s Academic Improvement Plan program.

BYU Comprehensive Clinic


Offers counseling services and psychological assessments for individuals, couples, and families in the Utah County community.

Counseling and Psychological Services

(801-422-3035 or 801-422-2222 after business hours)

Provides confidential individual counseling, group therapy, marital/couples therapy, and assistance for students in crisis.

Dean of Students


Supports student development and addresses issues and needs in a supportive environment.

Financial Aid and Scholarships


Provides information concerning discontinuance or withdrawal from classes and the effects that such action may have on financial aid and scholarships.

International Student Services


Provides information regarding student visas and can direct individuals in need of additional assistance to resources that are able to help with other types of visas and immigration status issues.

Student Health Center


Provides comprehensive health care services EXCLUDING sexual assault examinations—which are available at any hospital emergency room. Student Health Center Services are available to students, their spouses, and their children.

University Police Safe Walk Program


Provides walking police escort services from one campus location to another for an added level of security and safety during the later hours of the evening and early morning.

Women’s Services and Resources


Provides individual consultations, support groups, educational outreach, and referral services.

The following are some off-campus resources and organizations that provide support and specialized services.

Community Resources

The Refuge

(801-356-2511 or 1-888-421-1100)

Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, sexual assault education groups, rape survivor therapy groups, individual therapy for rape victims, and a variety of services for sexual assault and domestic violence survivors.

Child & Family Services

(801) 538-4100

Provides families with parent education, budgeting help, crisis intervention, sex abuse treatment, and mental health therapy. Reports of child abuse or neglect can be made by calling the Child Abuse Intake Hotline at 1-855- 323-3237.

LDS Family Services Office (Provo)

(801) 422-7620

A resource to be used by Church leaders in their efforts to assist individuals, couples, and families in finding quality professional counseling services. Where available, LDS Family Services provides short-term counseling as well as consultation with a member’s bishop, when permitted.

Provo Police Department Victim Advocate

(801) 852-6375

Provides crisis intervention, emotional support and critical service referral to aid victims and their children as well as to promote community awareness on victimization issues.

RAINN (Rape Abuse & Incest National Network)

(24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673))

Provides extensive support to sexual assault victims.

Rape Recovery Center

(24-Hour Crisis Line: 801-467-7273)

Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, advocacy, emotional support, and referrals in various languages.

BYU Comprehensive Clinic


Offers counseling services and psychological assessments for individuals, couples, and families in the Utah County community.

The Merrill Gappmayer Family Medicine Center


Performs sexual assault examinations when a patient is referred by police or a local emergency room. Examinations include assessments and documentation of injury, collection of evidence, and treatment to prevent sexually transmitted infections.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline


Provides confidential individual support, crisis intervention, and information on ways to secure a victim’s immediate safety.

The Timpanogos Legal Center

(801-374-6766 ext.3523)

Assists individuals who do not have the means to secure legal help.

The Utah County Attorney's Office Victim/Witness Coordinators

(801) 851-8026

Offers support to victims of violent and/or felony crimes during the criminal prosecution of the offender. Act as a liaison between the victim and the Deputy County Attorney handling the criminal case.

The Utah Domestic Violence LINKLine

(1-800-897-LINK (5465))

Provides individuals, who can call anonymously, with information on crisis intervention, safe shelters, community resources, legal assistance, victim advocates, and counseling agencies.

The Utah State Bar


Answers questions about how to contact attorneys who can provide you with legal advice and service.

Utah Legal Services


Assists individuals who do not have the means to secure legal help.