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Info for the Respondent

If you have been accused of sexual misconduct, this may be a confusing and overwhelming time. The investigation process can be stressful. Therefore, UConn provides a number of support resources that can help you understand the investigation process and provide support. If UConn conducts an investigation, you will have the opportunity to provide your full story to the investigators. Also, it is important for you to keep in mind that any act of retaliation against any person for making a report or participating in an investigation is strictly prohibited.

The rights of the person accused of sexual assault and the person reporting a sexual assault are set forth in detail in The Student Code.

In addition, the following offices can offer assistance and support during this time.

Dean of Students Office
8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday / 860-486-3426
Wilbur Cross Building, 2nd Floor
233 Glenbrook Road, Storrs,
dos.uconn.edu
dos@uconn.edu

Counseling and Mental Health Services
Therapist on call 24/7: 860-486-4705
Office hours 8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
Arjona Building, 337 Mansfield Road, Storrs
counseling.uconn.edu

Department of Residential Life
RA’s and Hall Directors are on call 24/7 during the academic year / 860-486-2926
Rome Hall, Ground Floor
626 Gilbert Road Extension, Storrs
reslife.uconn.edu

Student Health Services (Confidential)
860-486-4700 (24 Hours)
Counseling & Mental Health Services (Confidential)
860-486-4705 (24 Hours)
UConn Police
860-486-4800 (24 Hours)
Office of Institutional Equity
860-486-2943
Office of Community Standards
860-486-8402