The Office of Victim Advocacy is an on-campus resource for people who have been impacted by interpersonal violence, which can include (but is not limited to) sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.
Information about civil protection orders, restraining orders, and victims’ rights.
Assistance with accommodating academic, living, transportation, and working needs.
Professional advocacy services for students, faculty, and staff.
Provides information on different options available to address safety and other concerns.
Assists in the navigation of different reporting systems.
Provides referrals to campus or community entities depending on individual needs.
Collaborates with other offices at CCSU to develop meaningful violence prevention initiatives for the benefit of the entire campus community and to assess the impact.
Training for students, faculty, and staff
Title IX training
Bringing in the Bystander training
Volunteer and internship opportunities
The Office of Victim Advocacy has currently filled all internship positions through Fall '22. Please note, the Office of Victim Advocacy will be taking applications for the Spring '23 beginning in October '22.