If a Complainant would like the details of an incident to be kept confidential, the Complainant may speak with a confidential resource. A confidential resource means that the staff members are required by law and by licensure to keep information provided by clients confidential with very few exceptions.
*Although they are University employees, they are not required to report your information to the Title IX Coordinator.
- On-campus licensed professional counselors at the Counseling Center
- On-campus health service providers at the Health Center
- On-campus clergy members acting in their role as clergy
- Off-campus (non-employees):
- Licensed professional counselors and other medical providers
- Local rape crisis counselors
- Domestic violence resources
- Local or state assistance agencies
All of the above-listed individuals will maintain confidentiality when acting under the scope of their licensure, professional ethics, and/or professional credentials, except in extreme cases of immediacy of threat or danger or abuse of a minor/elder/individual with a disability, or when required to disclose by law or court order.
*Exceptions to confidential reporting: Medical and counseling professionals are required to report child abuse, elder abuse and situations where there is deemed to be an immediate threat of harm to self or others.
The Counseling Center offers professional and confidential counseling is available at no charge for SXU Students. Services can be requested online or by phone.
Contact the Counseling Center
Driehaus Center (between Gilhooley's and Copy Cats)
3911 West 103rd Street
Chicago, IL 60655
The Health Center offers confidential medical services, STD testing, treatment and referrals are available.
Contact the Health Center
3925 West 103rd Street
Chicago, IL 60655
Along with the resources we offer at SXU, we offer additional resources through external services.
Pillars Community (Confidential Advisor)
Pillars Community is an agency external to Saint Xavier University. Their staff members are specifically and extensively trained to work with survivors of sexual misconduct or sexual violence. Their counselors and advocates can also assist and accompany individuals who wish to file complaints with the University or with law enforcement or wish to seek Orders of Protection. This is a confidential resource.
- 24-hour Sexual Violence Hotline: 708-482-9600
- Domestic Violence Hotline: 708-485-5254
- Main Line: 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277)
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
RAINN is a national sexual assault hotline available 24/7 for those seeking confidential support and additional resources.
- Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673)
- RAINN Online Hotline
You have the right not to file a report. However, we encourage you to seek medical attention, including counseling, either on-campus or off-campus. If you wish to file a report at a later date, you may do so by contacting the Title IX Office.