Title IX: Main Campus
If you Become a Victim:
- Get to a safe place such as LHU HOPE Center, Clinton County Women's Center, LHU Public Safety, your own home/residence hall/apartment, to a Resident Assistant, to a friend or family member, or simply a public place. Your physical safety is a priority.
- Contact a trusted family member or friend for support.
- Seek medical attention (Glennon Student Health Services, Lock Haven Hospital, or your local healthcare provider).
- Contact the Office of LHU Public Safety (570-484-2278), Lock Haven City Police (911 / 570-748-2936), or your local enforcement agency.
- Contact the Title IX Coordinator (Deana Hill, 570-484-2014) or Deputy Coordinator (Jamie Shipe, 570-484-2838).
Campus and Community Resources:
- LHU HOPE Center (570-484-2111)
- LHU Counseling Services (570-484-2479)
- Clinton County Women’s Center (570-748-9509)
- LHU Public Safety (570-484-2278)
- Lock Haven City Police (911 or 570-748-2936)
- Glennon Student Health Services (570-484-2276)
- Lock Haven Hospital (24 Cree Drive, Lock Haven, PA)
- Lycoming/Clinton Joinder Board Crisis Hotline (570-748-2262)
As an LHU student and victim of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and/or stalking, you are entitled to human dignity rights, campus judicial and legal rights and resources. You have the right to...
- Change your academic and/or living situations if such changes are reasonably available
- Request that campus personnel prevent/stop unwanted contact from your alleged perpetrator(s) by issuing a no-contact directive
- Utilize the student judicial process by filing a complaint with the Associate Dean of Student and Residence Life
- File a criminal report with Lock Haven City Police and/or LHU Public Safety
- Apply for a Protection From Abuse order
- Access the medical treatment at the Lock Haven Hospital, Glennon Student Health Services, or your local healthcare provider
- Seek referrals to counseling services, and other support groups