Types of Interpersonal Violence
At the University of Idaho, we support you in making informed, independent decisions about all aspects of your life, including when things get complicated and violence is involved. Just remember, you aren't walking alone. If you or someone you know has experienced a sexual violence/assault, is in an abusive relationship, or is being stalked, we are here to listen, support and provide you with resources and options.
At U of I, we do not tolerate violence of any kind. We have programs available to our students, faculty and staff so they can learn their role in ending power-based interpersonal violence, including but not limited to relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking.
Relationship violence can happen to anyone, so it's important to recognize warning signs as early as possible.
No matter what, sexual assault is not the victim’s fault, and you are not alone.
Stalking is not unrequited love, awkward, or harmless- it's a crime and it's dangerous.