Note: You are eligible for accommodations regardless of whether you reported the incident of misconduct/crime to campus authorities or to the police.
If you experienced misconduct/crime, you may feel the need to change your housing situation temporarily or permanently. We understand that many incidents of misconduct/crime take place between intimate partners. If you would like to change your current housing accommodations, please contact Abby Meddaugh, Director of Victim Services, Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment. Or email her at email@example.com.
It is often difficult to concentrate after a traumatic event. It can also be difficult to go to class and go about life as usual, especially in the days immediately afterward. If you find yourself in this situation, please contact Abby Meddaugh, Director of Victim Services, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will work with you so you can continue in your academic pursuits. This may include temporary note-taking on your behalf, testing accommodations, and other accommodations.
You have the option to limit Carroll's release of your non-confidential information. To do so, fill out the form: Instruction to withhold the release of non-confidential information. Once completed, print and return to the Registrar's office, located on the 1st floor of Vorhees, 262-524-7208.
If the person(s) who committed the misconduct/crime against you is also on campus, you may be able to receive additional accommodations to prevent encounters with this person on campus by obtaining a No Contact Order. No contact orders may be used to restrict contact with other students, and/or University official(s), from a portion of campus, and/or from University property. Restriction and/or no contact orders will be issued in writing by the Office of Student Conduct. To receive a no contact order, contact the Office of Student Conduct.
For more information on accommodations available to you, please contact Abby Meddaugh at (262)-524-7374, email@example.com.