Sexual violence prevention and response

Updated: June 2015

Everyone at the University of Oregon has the right to be free from sexual violence and harassment, and together we share the responsibility to provide a safe environment for teaching, learning, and research on campus.

Testimony to Oregon House Higher Education Committee
Interim President Scott Coltrane provided testimony to the Oregon House of Representatives Committee on Higher Education on the topic of sexual misconduct on college campuses.

Important informaton about reporting sexual violence
Interim President Coltrane's communication to the campus community about available resources, and employee's roles in reporting

President's review panel begin work on campus
The panel reviewing the UO's practices for preventing and responding to sexual assault meet on campus and begin their review.

Panelists named for review of UO sexual misconduct prevention and response
Eight panelists will conduct a thorough review and evaluation of the university's practices for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct.

Review Panel on Sexual Misconduct and Response
President Gottfredson has announced the formation of an independent review panel to conduct an evaluation of the university's practices for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct.

Message to campus: Together — Creating a safer campus
We are grappling with one of the most difficult and sensitive issues that can affect a university community: the problem of sexual violence, harassment, and intimidation on our campus.

President Gottfredson's statement to media regarding sexual violence
President Gottfredson made the following statement at a press conference on the University of Oregon campus called for 11 a.m. on Friday, May 9, 2014.

Message to campus regarding report of sexual violence
President Gottfredson sent the following message to all students, faculty, and staff regarding a report released by the Eugene Police Department on May 5, 2014.

Comment on May 5 media reports
President Gottfredson made the following statement about a Eugene Police report released on May 5.

Message to campus: Sexual violence preventon and response
Sexual Violence Prevention & Reporting Resources

Message to campus: Mandatory sexual misconduct prevention training
Notice to all employees of mandatory training to prevent sexual harassment

Message to campus: Mandatory reporting of sexual misconduct, abuse
Notice that all employees are mandatory reporters of sexual harassment, sexual assault and child abuse.