Students who wish to discuss a situation in complete confidence should notify only JWU Counseling Services or off-campus confidential resources.Please be aware that all JWU employees, including: professional staff, faculty, and certain student staff (such as Resident Assistants) have limited confidentiality and must report cases of sexual misconduct to Safety & Security. Campus, Local and Online Support & ResourcesCounseling Services maintains a thorough list of campus, local and online support services and resources. Gauging ConsentConsensual sexual activity happens when each partner willingly chooses to participate through words, attitudes or actions. Open communication about desires and expectations is critical to obtain and give consent. The full JWU Sexual Assault policy can be found in the Providence Campus Student Handbook.Red: Signs You Should Stop
Yellow: Signs you should pause and talk
Green: Keep communicating
Important Time Frames In the event of an assault, keep in mind the following time frames for emergency contraception, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and evidence collection:
An individual requesting medical care at a hospital emergency department has the right to request an advocate from the Victims of Crime Helpline, 800-494-8100.