Student Handbook

Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Policies

Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Title IX Office
April Chaney, Title IX Coordinator 
235 Rodli Hall

UW-River Falls is committed to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct and intimate partner violence to ensure a safe and equitable educational environment for all. 

If you have a concern about sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation, there are resources here to support and assist you. For confidential safety, support, and services to victims and survivors of sexual assault and violence, please contact the UWRF Campus Victim Advocate, from Turningpoint, at 715-425-6751 or 1-800-345-5104 (24-Hour Crisis Line) or 715-821-8626 (24-Hour Text Hotline),

Sexual misconduct has no place at UWRF. It violates UWRF’s values and undermines the safety, security, and dignity of the university community. At UWRF, the Title IX Coordinator is responsible for responding to reports of sexual misconduct and intimate partner violence. If you would like to report concerns about sexual misconduct to the university, please visit the UWRF Report It page or contact the Title IX Coordinator. More information about UWRF’s policies and procedures is available from the Title IX Office