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Confidential Advocates help all members of the Liberty University community who experience any form of prohibited conduct or are accused of prohibited conduct.

Get a Confidential Advocate

What Confidential Advocates Do
Who Confidential Advocates Are
What Confidential Advocates Provide

What Does Confidentiality Mean?

The Confidential Advocates will not disclose information received from a student or employee about prohibited conduct without the person’s permission. Victims/survivors of sexual misconduct or being accused of these prohibited behaviors is a significant emotional event.  We are here to help.

Common Emotions and Reactions that Victims/Complainant Experience

  • Feeling nervous, fearful, or anxious
  • Feeling hopeless about the future, detached from others, and emotionally numb
  • Fear of not being believed
  • Having trouble concentrating
  • Decreased interest in everyday activities
  • Having outbursts of anger
  • Emotional swings-crying then laughing
  • Changes in sleeping or appetite
  • Feeling ashamed, isolated, or unsure

Common Emotions and Reactions that the Accused/Respondent  Experience

  • Feeling surprised or disbelief
  • Feeling angry/aggressive
  • Anxious about the process
  • Shame of what others may think
  • Fear of impact on daily life and educational future
  • Isolation
  • Confusion about why they are being accused
  • Feeling overwhelmed/panic



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