Sexual Assault Resources

Fairmont State University's goal is to prevent any type of sexual assault on our campus. Sexual assault is a growing serious public health problem with notably high rates among college students. National statistics indicate that a large percentage of women as well as men are likely to experience sexual violence of some sort. We do not tolerate violence of any kind on our campus. This website provides information and resources specific to stalking, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, drug facilitated sexual violence, dating and domestic violence, and rape. We also provide a list of resources and strategies on how to support your friend(s) or any victim/survivor of sexual assault. Sexual assault includes the following:

West Virginia's Sex Offense Laws

Title IX 

Male Victims of Sexaul Assault

Prevention Programs