- IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE IN IMMINENT DANGER, immediately call University Police! Program their number in your speed dial.
- If off-campus, call 911.
- University police are available to assist you 24 hours a day, year round, regardless of whether you choose to press charges.
- University police will work with Patient/Victim Advocates to help you develop a personal safety plan, if necessary.
- University police will also work with local and hometown agencies to coordinate services, if requested.
Contact Patient/Victim Advocates at 678-839-0641 or 678-839-5338 (confidential voice mails) (Located in Health Services) for confidential services, which include:
- Exploring your needs and options, including ways in which campus and/or local law enforcement can assist
- Developing a personal safety plan (in conjunction with Campus Police)
- Assisting in the decision whether to file formal complaints or charges
- Serving as a liaison with other campus offices, academic resources, and faculty, if needed
- Providing links to off-campus resources, including resources in your home town
- Advocating with the Department of Residence Life regarding a room or hall change if space permits
- Assisting with a referral to the Carroll County Emergency Shelter, if desired
- Assisting you in requesting a temporary withdrawal from UWG if you believe it is needed
Contact Health Services at 678-839-6452 for free depression, anxiety suicidal ideation, addiction assessment.
Contact Counseling & Career Development Center at 678-839-6428 for free and confidential counseling services provided to actively enrolled students.