Choosing to Report

If you've been sexual assaulted, stalked, or are in an abusive relationship, it is not your fault and you are not alone. Choosing to report violence is a personal decision that only you can make.  Some reasons people choose to report violence include:   

  • Regaining a sense of control

  • Holding the assailant responsible

  • Helping prevent violence from happening to others

  • Getting connected to support

If you choose to report violence at Loyola, we are committed to providing you with nonjudgmental support.  If you report, we will:

  • Believe you

  • Treat you with dignity and respect

  • Give you options

  • Connect you to support services on or off campus

If you have any questions or concerns about your options, please consider reaching out to a confidential trained Loyola sexual assault advocate at 773-494-3810.

Visit How to Report to learn about ways to report violence on and/or off-campus.