If you are in immediate danger to an urgent threat call 911 to reach the Ashland Police Department and Campus Public Safety.

Privacy:
When consulting campus resources, students should be aware of confidentiality and mandatory reporting in order to make informed choices. A confidential advisor can maintain your complete confidentiality, offering you options and advice without any obligation to tell anyone unless you want them to. All other employees of Southern Oregon University are expressly there for you to report crimes and policy violations, and they will take action when you report an incident to them. 

More information about sexual misconduct at SOU.

Submit an anonymous or confidential report online. 

CONFIDENTIAL SERVICES

If you are seeking confidentiality, there are resources available.  The following services are not required to disclose your identity or situation:  

Confidential Advisor at SOU:

Angela Fleischer
she/her
Assistant Director of Student Support and Intervention for Confidential Advising
Stevenson Union Room 321
541-552-7079
fleischea@sou.edu

Confidential Advocates at SOU:
Marvin Woodard
he/him
MRC Coordinator
Stevenson Union Room 301 
541-552-8791
woodardm@sou.edu

Thomas Arce
he/him/they/them
QRC Coordinator
Stevenson Union Room 125
541-552-6488
arcet@sou.edu

​Riah Safady
she/her
WRC Coordinator
Stevenson Union Room SU 103B
541-552-6217
safadyr@sou.edu 


SOU Student Health & Wellness Center Counseling offers confidential services.  You can access emergency support or make an appointment by calling 541-552-6137.

SAVS 24 Hour HelpLine is a confidential, 24-hour service that can be reached at 541-779-4357 and specializes in addressing situations of sexual violence and relationship violence.