At the University of Iowa, fostering a climate of safety is an essential priority. From computer security and safety to physical and emotional safety, these programs and services can connect you with important groups on campus to help support safe work and learning environment.
This website provides resources on internet and technology safety planning including protecting personal privacy using mobile devices, social networking and media, video sharing and blogging. It is important to keep in mind that online activity and technology use can be monitored in many ways. Information is also available by calling 1-877-739-3895 or calling the Rape Victim Advocacy Program at 319-335-6000.
The Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP) offers free, confidential services to female and male victims of all forms of sexual violence. They also provide services to friends and families of victim/survivors. Contact RVAP via email or phone at 319-335-6000 or 800-228-1625.
Seeks to provide each member of the UI community with a sense of security. To report a crime or for more information contact the UI Department of Public Safety. For assistance contact 319-335-5022. UI Hospitals and Clinics staff, call 319-356-3526.
Provides consultation to supervisors and employees regarding concerns relative to interpersonal conflict, concerns for an employee, UI policy and resources. For assistance contact 319-335-2085.
Provides education, consultation, and services to University faculty and staff that meet health and safety needs and address concerns associated with the work environment.
The goal of the UI Ergonomics Program is to provide an efficient and safe work environment for all employees. For questions, please contact UI Ergonomics via email or at 319-384-0959.
Provides a variety of classes and resources for faculty and staff in the areas of personal safety and harassment prevention. For assistance contact 319-335-2687.
An integrated and coordinated process for identifying and responding to students, faculty, staff and other individuals who may be at risk of harming themselves or others.