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On this page, professional staff from the Sexual Misconduct Support Team and the Sexual Misconduct Adjudication Team answer questions we hear often.

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I had an uncomfortable sexual experience. I am confused about what I experienced and I'm not sure if I want to make a complaint. What should I do?

"One helpful first step may be to seek support at Student Health and Counseling.  There are confidential counselors who can help you process your experience, without ever labeling it for you. With counseling you may better sort through your confused feelings, more clearly understand your experience, and be able to discuss all the options available to you, so you can make decisions that work for you."

—Marit Lysne, Director of Student Health and Counseling

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