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COVID-19: News and campus updates | University policies and resources

All in-person classes and activities are canceled at UNC on Monday, Oct. 26. Remote classes will still occur on normal schedule.
Employees should work remotely as business will continue as usual.

Addtional information at: emergency.unco.edu

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When visiting ASAP, wear a mask and follow all signs and posted placards to keep the UNC community healthy.

Assault Survivors Advocacy Program

The Assault Survivor’s Advocacy Program (ASAP) provides confidential 24-hour crisis response and intervention, advocacy, and resources to survivors of sexual violence, relationship or intimate partner violence, and stalking. 

ASAP is a survivor-centered resource on campus that and has advocates available to speak to students, faculty, staff, friends, family members, alumni, or any concerned other that have been impacted by sexual violence, intimate partner violence, or stalking. Please reach out to us if you  need support or resource. 

Speak with an advocate  Get Involved  Reporting Options 

Contact Us

Temporary Office: Wiebking 095

Phone: 970-351-1490
Crisis Line: 970-351-4040

advocacy@unco.edu

Office Hours

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday

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Confidentiality Statement

Information shared with us, stays with us. 

Speaking with ASAP Advocates does not initiate a report or investigative process unless requested by the survivor.

Resources

UNC is committed to providing support to survivors of gender-based violence through on-campus resources and services or you can reach out to off-campus agencies for support.

Not sure where to start? That's okay, learn more here.

Services

ASAP Advocates provide free, confidential and trauma informed services to our campus community. 

We want to empower you to make informed decisions around your personal healing. We assist with navigating processes and provide services that may be helpful to you.

Prevention Education

ASAP staff and interns provide engaging workshops aimed to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence on campus and in our community.

Schedule a workshop

For Survivors

 It’s not your fault, we believe you. We can help you understand your options while respecting whatever decisions you make.

Know your options

For Support People

The person a survivor shares their story with can have a large impact on how they heal from the trauma. 

More about support