UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance. Title IX applies to students, faculty, staff, prospective and all other students.
If you are in a situation that requires IMMEDIATE MEDICAL, POLICE, OR OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES PLEASE CALL:
Emergency Dispatch: 911
Campus Police: 715-425-3133
City of River Falls Police: 715-425-0909
UWRF Counseling Services, 211 Hagestad Hall, 715-425-3293 https://www.uwrf.edu/StudentHealthAndCounseling/StudentHealthServices/
UWRF Campus Victim Advocate 715-425-6751 or 1-800-345-5104 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
Turningpoint 715-425-6751 or 1-800-345-5104 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
Sexual Assault Response Team 715-425-6443 or 1-888-334-4677 (24-Hour Forensic Nurse Examinations)
Gregg Heinselman, Title IX Coordinator, 173 University Center, 715-425-0720 email@example.com
Michelle Drost, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, 216 North Hall, 715-425-3073 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Pedersen, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, B3 East Hathorn, 715-425-4844 email@example.com
UWRF University Police, 103 Regional Development Institute, Non-Emergency 715-425-3133, Emergency: 911 https://www.uwrf.edu/Police/
River Falls Police Department, 125 East Elm Street, Non-Emergency: 715-425-0909, Emergency: 911
Note: An individual may make a report to one or more of the offices or individuals noted above.
Individuals have the option to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.