Advocate drop-in hours available to students to ask about sexual misconduct reporting options or the Office of Equity (Title IX) process

University Health and Counseling Services offers advocate drop-in hours for students who may have questions about sexual misconduct reporting options or the Office of Equity (Title IX) process. Advocate drop-in hours are confidential, although non-clinical in nature.

Students may use these hours for process-related questions, consultation, “how to help a friend” questions, or referrals for clinical services, such as individual or group therapy, or community referrals.

Appointments are available Mondays from 3 to 5 p.m. When students register, they will pick a 30-minute time slot within that time frame. A Zoom link will be sent after registration.

Advocate drop-in hours are available to all Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Institute of Music and Kent State University Podiatry undergraduate or graduate students.

Get more information and register.