Carroll University’s Office of Violence Prevention exists to provide members of the Carroll Campus Community with resources, advocacy, prevention education and intervention skills to support students and survivors of gender-based violence.


Members of the CU Campus Community


We are here for you if you are a member of the Carroll Campus Community (student, employee, guest/visitor)


  • You believe that you were a victim of a violation of university policy and/or crime (either since you came to Carroll or before); or
  • You want to learn more about resources available to victims; or
  • You want to learn more about how to support a victim; or
  • You want to learn more about bystander intervention; or
  • You want to participate in a prevention program; or
  • You want to be trained as a peer educator in
    • No Excuses Bystander Intervention
    • Healthy Masculinity; or
  • You want to invite the Office of Violence Prevention to speak at your student group, residential facility, team, classroom, etc.


You believe that a Carroll University student or employee committed a policy violation and/or crime against you.

Need Help?

Immediate safety concerns:    
Call 911, Public Safety (262) 524-7300, or Waukesha Police Department (262) 524-3831.

Report to Carroll University's Title IX Office:    
Click here.

Sexual assault medical help:    
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) (262) 928-1000 - Free and confidential. 


Confidential reporting



For information and resources:  

Carroll University's Office of Violence Prevention 
(262) 524-7099  
Visit us at 239 W. College Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186



Staff in the Office of Violence Prevention at Carroll University are not confidential reporters.

We are subject to federal reporting requirements under Clery and Title IX. This means we are required to report all instances of sexual misconduct to Carroll University's Title IX Office.

Reporting to OVP does not mean an on-campus investigation will occur, nor does it mean a criminal investigation will occur. Unless legally required, we will not give your information to Public Safety or the Waukesha Police Department without your permission. Rather, we report to the Title IX Office to protect the campus community from potential threats and/or track when there are multiple allegations of misconduct against the campus community. 

Our people


The Office of Violence Prevention is comprised of professional staff members who are trained in trauma-informed victim advocacy, prevention education, and gender-based violence.

We are located at 304 East Ave , Waukesha, WI 53186. 
Our office is open between 8:00 am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Hours may throughout summer.
You can reach us at our emails below or at our general email 


Project Director: Jake Eisch