The University of Alabama is united in our stand against interpersonal violence. In our campus community, we pledge to treat others with respect, and we recognize our shared responsibility to keep our campus safe.
Through the resources and educational opportunities provided here, every member of the UA community can join the movement and proclaim with action that Respect Rolls Here.
“As a member of The University of Alabama community, I will pursue knowledge; act with fairness, integrity and respect; promote equity and inclusion; foster individual and civic responsibility; and strive for excellence in all I do.”
We want every member of the campus community to be aware of the resources that UA provides related to interpersonal violence.
WGRC provides free, confidential and voluntary services including 24/7 crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling and group therapy for victims/survivors and anyone impacted by interpersonal violence, which includes
Our resources provide a holistic approach to healing that includes but is not limited to emotional support at the hospital, safe housing recommendations, assisting with legal options, and seeking financial support.
The WGRC also provides the following educational programs for the campus community:
In addition to those provided through UA, there are also resources provided to the Tuscaloosa and West Alabama community.