Resources for domestic violence safety are available

Health and safety resources related to dating/domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking are available to the campus community.

If you or someone you know is struggling with domestic abuse, please see below for available resources.

  • WSU Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center (WASAC) campus advocate
    The WASAC campus advocate offers confidential crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy services, individual counseling, group support, information and referrals, at no additional charge. Email WSU’s advocate, Leslie, at or call 316-263-0185 to schedule an appointment. She will meet with people on or off campus. Walk-in appointments are available from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and 2-3/4-5 p.m. Thursdays. Information provided to the WASAC campus advocate will be kept confidential.
  • Title IX coordinators
    Located in the Office of Civil Rights, Title IX & ADA Compliance, Title IX coordinators are a private resource that can help students get accommodations and decide if/how they want to move forward with a policy investigation. The community can also report a concern online.
  • University Police Department (UPD)
    316-978-3450. Call 911 for emergencies and to report crimes of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking.

WSU services that are also available to students:

  • Counseling and Psychological Services: (CAPS)
    316-978-4SWC (4792). 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday in the Student Wellness Center.
    CAPS offers same-day appointments for crisis needs. Confidential counseling and advocacy services are available for survivors, their families and allies, including crisis services immediately after an assault. Faculty and staff who are concerned about a student can consult CAPS. Information provided to CAPS will be kept confidential.
  • Student Health
    316-978-4SWC (4792). 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday in the Student Wellness Center.
    Same-day appointments are available for crisis needs. OBGYN available. Treatment includes first aid treatment, emergency contraception, and STI testing and treatment. They can also conduct follow-up testing after initial SANE/SART services. Information provided to Student Health will be kept confidential.
  • CARE Team
    The WSU CARE Team can support students with services like academic accommodations, medical transport, financial stress and food or housing insecurity that may be needed after domestic violence.
  • Student athletes can also go to their athletic trainer as a confidential resource.

Other community resources for domestic violence and sexual assault: