Spartans for Safety - Healthy Relationships

Counseling Services

Thinking about improving your relationship? Having questions about relationships? Wanting to know how to build a healthy and happy relationship? Come talk to a well-trained licensed or license-eligible mental health professional, who will help you to improve your relationships. Counseling Services is there for you! We provide free and confidential services. You may choose individual and/or couple counseling. Some topics that many students discussed with us include: Communicating, making connections, being more effective, increasing self-esteem. In addition, students also found us to be professional and compassionate supporters for survivors of abuse, sexual assault or rape, and experience our services as vital in their process of healing.

For more information visit Counseling Services.

Relationships - Healthy or Abusive? Learn more here.

Wellness and Health Promotion

The wellness and health promotion office provides free and 1-on-1 appointments related to violence prevention. This office increases the awareness of sexual assault and date and acquaintance rape through individual counseling and outreach events. This is a confidential
service that can provide support to victims and answer questions about sexual assault and rape.

For more information visit Wellness and Health Promotion. 

Women's Resource Center

The WRC provides support to women on campus and provides a safe space for victims of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.

For more information visit the Women's Resource Center.

University Police Department (UPD)

The University Police Department is committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment through professional, progressive and superior police, emergency, transportation and educational services in alliance with the campus community. A victim of sexual assault or rape can contact the university police department for reporting an incident and further services.

  • Emergency: 408-924-2222

For more information visit the University Police Department (UPD).