Sexual Misconduct Support and Prevention
Hamline University is committed to providing a safe and nurturing learning and working environment free from discrimination based on sex and gender, which includes sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, sexual harassment, dating violence, and domestic violence (collectively referred to as sexual misconduct). Sexual misconduct of any form is a violation of a person’s rights, dignity, and integrity and will not be tolerated at Hamline University.
Get help and provide support
I need help now
If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct, please seek immediate help from the university, police, or community.
I want to report
Hamline encourages all students, faculty, or staff who have experienced sexual misconduct to report the incident.
I want to talk
There are many allies on campus who can talk with you and give you assistance. View a list of confidential and non-confidential resources who can help.
Prevention and involvement
Explore options for training, task forces, programs, and committees at Hamline.
Upcoming events and training
Learn about monthly Title IX training sessions for Hamline staff and faculty.
Patti Kersten, Title IX coordinator651-523-2421 (office)651-523-2948 (direct)
t. aaron hans, deputy Title IX coordinator