Campus Resources

Sexual Violence Resources

Sexual Violence Resources

Learn more about Title IX, the reporting process, and other resources and support available to students who have experienced sexual violence.

Reporting Resources:

Confidential Victim Advocate: UWM’s Confidential Survivor Support and Victim Advocacy services continue to be available remotely to students who have experienced sexual, domestic, or relationship violence. UWM’s confidential victim advocate helps survivors understand and navigate their options and can provide emotional support, as well as legal, academic, and medical advocacy. The advocate can assist in locating and connecting students to online resources as well as resources in their community.

Drop-In Advocate Hours

The Women’s Resource Center will have drop-in hours with Karate Zubek, UWM Survivor Support and Victim Advocacy Coordinator Wednesdays 12-3pm.

Karate will provide free, confidential advocacy and support to UWM student survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, human trafficking, and/or stalking. She also provides emotional support, as well as legal, medical, and academic advocacy to survivors. They help survivors understand and navigate their different options by providing:

Accompaniment to, and explanation of

  • Medical Appointments
  • Law Enforcement Interviews
  • Criminal Court Proceedings
  • Civil Court Proceedings
  • Title IX Proceedings
  • Probation and Parole Proceedings

Assistance with requesting adjustments related to

  • Academics
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • On Campus Work
  • Financial Aid

Assistance in filling out paperwork related to

  • Restraining Orders
  • Crime Victim Compensation
  • Restitution
  • Victim Impact Statements

Referrals to other resources on campus and in the community

  • Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Advocacy Services
  • Legal Assistance

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach the WRC or Karate ( )

For services or questions, please contact the advocate confidentially by phone at 414-229-4582 or send an email to

Title IX Information: Get Help and Learn Your Options

Dean of Students: Make a Report 

On-Campus Resources

Domestic Violence Resources