Winthrop University: Center for Student Wellness - Student Advocacy and Trauma Support

Student Advocacy and Trauma Support

Current COVID Information

  • Masks: Crawford is a healthcare facility, therefore *Masks are Required* at all times inside the building regardless of immunization or testing status.
  • Advocacy Appointments: Appointments may be In-Person or via Telemental Health.
  • Counseling Appointments: SATS Counseling appointments (Intake, Ongoing, Psychiatric) may be In-Person or via Telemental Health.

 

Reporting Options

It is common to have questions about the reporting process. The SATS Coordinator can discuss reporting options and what to expect in each process. SATS believes that the decision to report should be the choice of the student, and SATS will support the student in whatever choice they decide is best for them.  Below is some basic information on reporting at each level: to the SATS coordinator, to the Dean of Students or Human Resources, or to Law Enforcement (Campus Police).  Also, read about your option to Report Online.

    If you report to the SATS Program Coordinator in person, she can assist you in completing the report form, anonymously if preferred.  Your report can be anonymous, and you can still receive services of the SATS.

    Victim Service Coordinator

    104 Crawford Building

    Phone: 323-2206 or 803-280-9467

    This form describes the choices available to the student upon meeting with the OVA Coordinator.

    If comfortable doing so, a student who has been victimized by a member of the university community (students, faculty, or staff) may immediately report through one of the avenues described below:

     

    Violations of the Student Conduct Code by a Student

    Dean of Students

    246 DiGiorgio Campus Center

    Phone: 323-4503

    This form describes the process of reporting to the Dean of Students Office

     

    Violations Committed by Faculty or Staff

    Employee Relations Manager

    303 Tillman Hall

    Phone: 323-2273

    All students who report to the University will be contacted by our Victim Services Coordinator for support.

    Students may report crimes to campus or local law enforcement agencies. Please note that this is not a confidential resource and records of investigation are public.

    Campus Police
    Good Building
    526 Myrtle Drive
    803/323-3333

    This form describes the process of reporting to Winthrop University Campus Police.

    You can report any form of Sexual Misconduct online, from a computer, tablet, or mobile device, using Winthrop’s Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form. 

    Notes about Online Reporting:

    • You may complete the form anonymously
    • The form will be routed to the SATS Program Coordinator, the Director for the Center for Student Wellness, the Title IX Coordinator, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, and the Vice President for Student Life.
    • Itali Jackson, the SATS Program Coordinator will follow up on all online reports (unless it's anonymous).
    • Reporting here does NOT equal pressing charges through law enforcement.

    Report Sexual Misconduct Button

 

Last Updated: 6/1/22