To schedule a "Bring in the Bystander" training for your class or campus group, please contact Kim Brown Campbell, Campus Assault Prevention Coordinator, at 243-4104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What should I do if I am sexually harassed or stalked?
To ensure your safety on campus, the University can rearrange class schedules, enforce no-contact orders, or pursue Student Conduct Code proceedings. Contact the Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (406-243-5710) or the Dean of Students (406-243-6413). SARC and Counseling Services provide on-campus support for victims of sexual harassment. Call (406) 243-6559 to schedule an appointment.
Some examples of sexual harassment
- A colleague makes unwelcome jokes or comments about sex at work or in the classroom.
- Your ex-partner won't stop calling, texting, following you, or showing up at your residence or place of work even after you've asked them to stop.
- Your professor makes frequent sexual jokes, stares at you, touches you, or insinuates that you will get a better grade or other reward if you develop a special relationship.
- An acquaintance has been spreading rumors around campus about your sexuality.
- A neighbor in your dorm keeps putting sexually graphic materials on the door to your room.