The Sexual Assault Treatment Center (SATC) at Aurora Sinai is available 24 hours a day to provide a variety of resources and services to those who have been sexually assaulted and victimized. The Center location and contact information can be found below:
Aurora Sinai Medical Center
945 N. 12th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone: (414) 219-5555
If you, or a friend, have been victimized, it is vital to seek medical care. The SATC can provide immediate medical care, as well as provide a wide variety of follow-up resources and services. Visit some of these links for more information:
Members of the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) community, including students, faculty, staff, and other employees, as well as guests and visitors (i.e., third parties), have the right to be free from sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment and sexual violence.
MSOE supports a zero-tolerance policy for gender-based misconduct. The University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities.
1. What is sexual misconduct?
At MSOE, sexual misconduct includes a variety of behaviors that include sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, and gender-based discrimination. For a more comprehensive definition, please see the MSOE Sexual Misconduct Policy (found under "Resources" to the left).
2. What should I do if I have been the victim of sexual misconduct?
For those who have been physically assaulted, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. In Milwaukee, the Sexual Assault Treatment Center at Aurora Sinai can provide a variety of health services and medical treatment, as well as help the victim connect with other community resources, as needed.
Students who have been the victim of sexual misconduct have many resources available to them at MSOE. The University strongly recommends that students first speak with an MSOE counselor, who can maintain complete confidentiality while helping the student to decide on their preferred course of action. MSOE Health Services can also be a great resource.
3. What should I do if a friend has been the victim of sexual misconduct?
Many times, a student will confide in a friend about an assault or a problem with harassment. These friends are often unsure about how best to help their friend, here are some suggestions:
If you believe your friend is in immediate danger, either due to threatening behavior from another person, or because you believe they may hurt themselves, you should notify MSOE Public Safety immediately. They will work with the student to ensure their safety and well-being, while connecting them with the appropriate resources.
4. Who do I make a report to at the University?
Students who want to report an incident of sexual assault or harassment are encouraged to contact the Title IX Coordinator, Kip Kussman