» Rape, Sexual Assault and Abuse

P.E.E.R. takes any form of abuse, sexual or not, seriously. Please use the resources below to help take action or educate yourself about sexual and domestic violence.

No one should feel embarrassed or ashamed if they are a victim of abuse. The best way to prepare yourself for any situation that may arise is to know your options and who to contact incase of an emergency. P.E.E.R. and the C.A.R.E.S. coordinator are here to support, educate and prevents violence and help provide a safe college experience for all students.

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Rape Aggression Defense Training

Be prepared for any situation. Take the RAD training class to know how to protect yourself. Your safety is our number one priority.

If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted...

Make sure you are in safe place. Call Chapman University ’s Sexual Assault Information Line:

(714) 744-7000

Important Contacts

General Information:
Sexual Assault and C.A.R.E.S. Coordinators
(714) 744-7080

Medical Options:

Chapman University Student Health
(714) 997-6851

St. Joseph Hospital (for acute care)
(714) 633-9111

Anaheim Regional Medical Center (for forensic exams)

(714) 774-1450

Emotional Support:
CU Student Psychological Counseling
(714) 997-6778

CSP Sexual Assault Hot Line (24 Hours)
(714) 957-2737

Chapman University Public Safety
(714) 997-6763

Dean of Students
(714) 997-6721

Office of Student Conduct
(714) 744-7693

Off Campus:

Orange Police Department
(714) 744-7444