Domestic & Relationship Violence
South Puget Sound Community College is committed to providing a learning environment free from all forms of abuse, assault , harassment, and coercive conduct. The college wants to send a clear message that sexual assault in any form will not be tolerated. If you are in an abusive relationship, or think you might be, there are people at the college and in the community that can help.
Definition of Sexual Assault
All forms of sexual harassment to include sexual assault are violations of the South Puget Sound Community College’s Code of Student Conduct and are violations of policy for employees of SPSCC.
Under Washington State law, sexual assault is defined in many different ways. For more information concerning how sexual assault is defined, please click here.
Sexual Assault Resources
- Victim Advocate Division, Thurston County
- Victim Assistance Office, Olympia
- Monarch Children’s Justice & Advocacy Center, Lacey WA
Resources and Contacts
Definitions for specific forms of sexual assault/violence, resource links, and contacts: