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Caucasian Female

Is it counselling of your choice?

It's great that they say they will give you counselling, but what happens when it is faculty, and you do not want to set foot on campus anymore, and you've left university? What happens when this happens two months before you graduate? They're going to provide you with free counselling, but you graduate next week? So that should be clarified too. Like, is it counselling of your choice?


  • In the policy itself and in materials and presentations promoting the policy, define "confidential" and "anonymous," and explain how these concepts pertain to the policy, university-based sexual assault services, and the limits on confidentiality and anonymity.