GSU is committed to providing a variety of welcoming and accessible options so that all instances of sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking and relationship violence will be reported. We are committed to supporting victims and survivors and encourage all individuals or third party witnesses to report any incident of sexual misconduct.

Members of the University community who believe they have experienced sexual misconduct have the right to choose whether or not to report the incident to the university or law enforcement.  Most university employees, unless specifically exempted, must immediately report allegations or disclosures of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. Confidential resources are available both on-campus and off-campus.

Reporting Options (non-confidential)

GSU Title IX Coordinator: To file a report with the university or 708. 534.4846

GSU Department of Public Safety: To file a report with law enforcement
708.534.4900 (24/7) or 911

On-Campus Confidential Resources

Off-Campus Confidential Resources

YWCA Rape Crisis Hotline
Operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Rape Crisis Hotline provides survivors of sexual assault/abuse and their significant others immediate support, crisis intervention and referrals for the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs.

  • Call 888-293-2080 in Chicago Metropolitan Area
  • Call 630-971-3927 in DuPage County
  • Call 708-748-5672 in the South Suburbs
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago South Suburban Center QR Code

Guardian Angel Community Services - Sexual Assault Service Center (SASC)

 The Sexual Assault Service Center is available to help survivors of sexual violence and their significant others.  SASC offers a 24 hour hotline, individual and group counseling (adults & children), legal and medical advocacy, prevention education, and community presentations.

  • 24/7 Hotline - (815)730-8984.
  • Spanish Speaking Hotline - (815)263-0521 - operates Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm

    National Hotlines for Sexual Assault Survivors
    Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE
    Online Chat:

    Additional Resources

    Respond to Violence

    Please click the links below to learn more about how to gain resources and support for you or a loved one who may have experience acts of violence (i.e. physical, sexual, gun, etc).

    Respond to Violence Website:

    Respond to Violence "Interpersonal Violence" Video:

    Respond to Violence "Gun Violence" Video:

    The Stalking Resource Center

    Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault