Have you been sexually assaulted? Do you self-identify as within the LGBTQIA community and are a current or former student of CWRU?

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are looking to interview adult survivors/victims (age 18+) about the barriers and facilitators of getting a sexual assault kit (also known as a rape kit) collected. They are specifically interested in how sexual orientation and gender identity may impact survivors of sexual assault on college campuses.

If you endured a sexual assault, regardless of whether you had a rape kit collected OR reported the sexual assault to law enforcement, please consider participating.

You are eligible to participate if you have been sexually assaulted and:

(A) you self-identify as within the LGBTQIA+ community

(lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, gender diverse, pansexual, asexual)


(B) you are a current or former CWRU student.

Compensation for participation will be provided.


SAKresearch@case.edu or call (216) 368-0313 to schedule an interview