Sexual Violence Awareness and Assistance

The University of Pittsburgh values the safety and health of all members of the Pitt community and seeks to foster an environment in which its students and employees treat other persons with respect, civility, and dignity. Any behavior that involves sexual assault or harassment, relationship violence, or stalking of another person is prohibited. Learn More »

Read an important message from Chancellor Patrick Gallagher to the University community.

 

Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education (SHARE)

SHARE provides counseling to victims of sexual assault, assists victims in obtaining medical care, and offers support in all aspects of the recovery process. Learn More »

Campus Climate Survey

The Campus Climate Survey is a national survey of student attitudes and experiences regarding sexual violence and harassment, conducted by the Association of American Universities (AAU) across 27 member institutions that voluntarily participated in this important endeavor and survey. 

The University of Pittsburgh, as part of its ongoing efforts to combat sexual misconduct, has decided to release its Report and Tables. We are committed to using this survey as a tool to provide information that will be useful in developing and continuing to improve programs to address safety issues on our campuses.  Please visit the campus climate survey for more information.

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Confidentiality

The University works within confidentiality guidelines designed to support you, whether a student, faculty or staff member. Learn More »