On-Campus Resources

Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking

Advocacy and Counseling Resources

Substance Abuse and Violence Education Support Services (SAVES)
Provides confidential short-term counseling and advocacy services including support while students are participating in criminal, campus conduct, and/or Title IX processes, referral to campus and community resources, and academic support through working with faculty regarding missed classes and/or course completion.
Contact: 540-831-5709 or saves@radford.edu

Student Counseling Services
Provides confidential short-term counseling to enrolled students and referrals to counseling resources in the community as needed. 
Contact: 540-831-5226

Medical Resources

Student Health Services
Provides medical services on campus with a physician and nurse practitioners on staff.
Contact: 540-831-5111

Reporting Options

Title IX Coordinator, Brooke Chang
The Title IX complaints process involves providing options and resources, interim protective measures, and an investigation and report.
Contact the Office of Diversity and Equity at 540-831-5307 or file online via Non-Confidential Title IX Incident Reporting.

For more information on Title IX processes, please see Radford University’s Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation Policy and Discrimination Grievance Procedures.

Criminal Complaint
 For incidents which occurred on campus, criminal charges can be pursued by contacting the Radford University Police Department at 540-831-5500.

Anonymous Reporting
Confidential and anonymous reporting forms can be filled out through the SAVES office via the Sexual Misconduct Incident Report Form or through the Radford University Police Department via the Confidential Reporting and Silent Witness form.

Other Resources

Residential Life
Resident directors can provide non-confidential support and assistance and may be able to assist with alternative living arrangements in some cases.
Contact: 540-831-5375

Substance Use and Abuse

Substance Abuse and Violence Education Support Services (SAVES)
Provides advocacy and support services including referral to campus and community resources, and consultations. Coordinates and presents awareness and prevention programs to students, faculty and staff.
Contact: 540-831-5709 or saves@radford.edu

Student Counseling Services
Provides confidential short-term counseling to enrolled students and referrals to counseling resources in the community as needed.
Contact: 540-831-5226