On-Campus Advocacy at Utah Tech University
Through a partnership with the Women’s Resource Center at Utah Tech University, a
DOVE advocate is on campus once a week to provide a confidential and safe place for
students and other campus survivors to get help. The advocate is there to answer
questions, provide education and information about domestic, dating, and sexual
violence; and offer community resources and referrals, including connecting survivors to
additional DOVE services.
When: Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. during fall and spring semesters only
Where: Women’s Resource Center, Browning Building, Room 211
Most campus sexual assaults never get reported, which means many survivors never
receive advocacy or other support to help them stay in school while managing the
trauma from their assault and healing from it. Regardless of whether you choose to
report your assault or not, DOVE advocates are here to help. If you’re a student at Utah Tech
and have experienced sexual assault, please visit with the advocate. It is confidential
and free and available to anyone regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual
orientation, race, religion, or disability.