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The Respect Program

The Respect Program‘s mission is to engage the Emory community to prevent and respond to sexual assault and relationship violence.  We are a part of the Office of Health Promotion  in Emory University’s Division of Campus Life. Learn more about the Respect Program; how to get help or support a loved one or student; the issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking; and how to get involved by navigating through the options on the left side of the screen. For immediate, confidential support, contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at 404-727-7450 and say you were referred by the Respect Program.

Learn more about the Respect Program team in “About Us”.  We are a team of two professional staff, graduate assistants, graduate and undergraduate interns, student volunteers, and partner student organizations.  You can reach the Respect Program at 404-727-1514 or You can also contact Drew directly at

For more information about reporting sexual misconduct and  Emory's Sexual Misconduct policy, please visit the Title IX website at

For more information about our services for Oxford students, as well as services at the Oxford campus, please visit the Respect Program’s Oxford guide.

For help and support for faculty and staff, please contact the Faculty Staff Assistance Program.

If you are interested in an internship with the Respect Program, please visit our Internship Opportunities page or the Respect Program internships link to learn more and for the application or contact or 404.727.1514.


If you have been affected by sexual or relationship violence and are looking for resources, options, and support, download our resource guide here: respectRESOURCEguide

If you are a faculty or staff member who is supporting a student affected by sexual or relationship violence, download our response guide here: response guide.  If you are supporting another member of the faculty or staff at Emory, please contact the Faculty Staff Assistance Program for more information and resources.

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