HOW TO REPORT
Reports can be made to University Police (479-788-7140, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (479-788-7310), or any of the Title IX Coordinators or Deputy Coordinators:
Title IX Coordinator: Dr. Lee Krehbiel, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, 479-788-7310
— Deputy Coordinator for Students: Jennifer Holland, 479-788-7413
— Deputy Coordinator for Faculty, Staff and Visitors: Tara Chisum, 479-788-7086
— Deputy Coordinator for Athletics: Katie Beineke, 479-788-7687
We will strive to respond in a manner that maintains or restores a safe and productive learning environment, while looking into the complaint in a prompt, thorough, and impartial fashion. Please note: UAFS Staff will assist a reporter in making a formal report to police if that assistance is desired.
If you want full confidentiality, essentially to talk through what happened but not officially report it, and the issue is not an immediate life emergency, speak with a professional counselor, clergy member, or health care provider (e.g., the University Counseling Center at 479-788-7398 or the Crisis Intervention Center Hotline at 1-800-359-0056). The Title IX Coordinator will assist with this if you wish.