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Univ. of Toledo Sexual Assault Education & Prevention Program

The Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program works to reduce incidents of sexual assault, domestic/ dating violence, and sexual harassment for the University's community.

Services for Survivors:

The office offers services and information for survivors of sexual assault and harassment, as well as stalking and dating violence. This includes:

  • offering a confidential, pressure-free space where survivors can get support and the information they need to make decisions
  • striving to ensure that survivors' rights are protected
  • linking with agencies and counseling services
  • providing crisis counseling
  • explaining and accompanying survivors through police, legal, medical, and UT disciplinary procedures
  • advocating with professors and University offices on a survivor's behalf

If you have experienced a sexual assault and are a member of the University of Toledo Community, please call

Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program:  (419) 530-3431

YWCA H.O.P.E. Center Hotline:  (419) 241-7273

For more information on college safety:  The Clery Act   |   UT Prevention Program & Outreach