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The University of New Mexico is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which students and employees can learn and work together in an atmosphere that enhances productivity and draws on the diversity of its members, and is free from all forms of disrespectful conduct, intimidation, exploitation, and harassment.

Call 911 if You Are in Immediate Danger!

First Steps to Consider:

  • Get to a safe place
  • Preserve all evidence.
  • Save all text messages, emails, social media postings (taking screenshots can be helpful) or anything else that might relate to the incident.
  • Go to a nearby hospital or medical center for medical attention, if needed
  • Call a trusted friend, family member or someone else who can provide emotional support. 
  • Contact a resource center to help you navigate your options


Access Counseling/Advocacy Services:

Student Health and Counseling (SHAC)
505.277.3136 (24-hr number)
Counseling, crisis intervention and medical services for eligible students. 

Counseling and Referral Services (CARS)
Free counseling services for eligible staff, faculty, and their spouses/partners and retirees

LGBTQ Resource Center
Victim Advocates 

Campus Law Enforcement:

UNMPD (University of New Mexico Police Department)

505.277.2241 (24-hr number)


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Under Title IX, sexual violence is a severe form of sexual harassment. Sexual violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated at the University of New Mexico. Sexual violence may be committed by a stranger, an acquaintance or someone with whom the victim is involved in an intimate or sexual relationship. Victims of sexual violence are encouraged to report what happened to law enforcement and seek assistance from any of the resources, on and off campus, listed in this publication. 

Please contact UNM's Title IX Coordinator, Angela Catena, at for more information about Title IX.