Commitment to Addressing and Preventing Sexual Misconduct
Augsburg College strives to maintain a college community free of sexual misconduct and is committed to addressing sexual misconduct. The College works to create and maintain a positive learning, working, and living environment in which community members are aware of and respect the rights of others and in which community members take responsibility for their actions. To that end, the College prohibits sexual misconduct and will take steps to prevent its recurrence and to correct its effects.
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To report sexual harassment or sexual violence, you may use the following link to connect to our online reporting form.Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form
Scott Brownell, Director of Public Safety, and Sarah Griesse, Dean of Students, are the campus contacts for sexual misconduct reporting.
Scott Brownell can be reached at email@example.com , 612-330-1644, or in his office in the Mortensen/Urness lobby.
Sarah Griesse can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org , 612-330-1489, or in her office, Memorial Hall 118F.
The Aurora Center: For survivor assistance, advocacy, and education, you may contact The Aurora Center located at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus.
117 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
24/7 Hotline: 612-626-9111
Web: Web Site or email@example.com
OutFront Minnesota (For LGBTQIA Community)
310 E 38th St Suite 209
Minneapolis MN, 55409
Anti-Violence Program Crisis Line: 612-822-0127 option 3
Sexual Violence Center
3757 Freemont Ave. N
Minneapolis, MN 55412
National Helplines & Resources
Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project Hotline
Love is Respect Hotline
National Sexual Assault Hotline
The Network La Red (Spanish and English)
The Trevor Project