As the complainant, you have the right to request supportive measures and fully participate in EWU's investigative process.
Supportive Measures for Complainants
If you have been subjected to sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence, EWU will offer you supportive measures. Supportive measures are available regardless of whether or not you wish to file a formal complaint or report an incident to the university or law enforcement. Requests for supportive measures should be made to the Student Care Team or Title IX Coordinator. Supportive measures may be in place before a complaint is filed, during the investigation and decision-making process, and/or after the final determination of responsibility.
Supportive measures are provided by EWU free of charge and may include, but are not limited to, safety planning with EWU, mutual restrictions on contact between the parties, academic or workplace modifications, leaves of absence, increased security, counseling options on campus or through the Employee Assistance Program, campus housing modifications, and interim restrictions. The purpose of a supportive measure is to provide an equitable process for both the complainant and respondent that minimizes the possibility of a hostile environment on campus. Supportive measures are confidential and will only be shared with those people who need to know such information to enable EWU to provide the supportive measures.