Judicial Affairs
Resources and Services

Fort Hays State University staff and faculty want the first priority for the involved parties to receive the assistance they need. There are a variety of programs and services ready to assist you through this process.

Options Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, 785-625-4202

  • Options mission is to empower individuals who experience domestic, sexual, interpersonal or stalking violence through individual support.
  • Fort Hays State University and Options have partnered to provide support for involved parties. Options office is located in the lower level of the Memorial Union in the Student Health Center.

Student Health Center, 785-628-4293

  • Student Health Center staff provide care for those with medical needs.
  • The office is located in the lower level of the Memorial Union.

University Police Department, 785-628-5304

  • UPD will respond to emergencies and conduct an investigation.
  • The office is located in the lower level of Custer Hall, Room 112.

Hays Medical Center (SART), 785-261-7123

  • The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)/Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is a community-based coordinated response to child and adult victims of sexual assault. The purpose of this program is to provide victim centered care to all victims of sexual assault.
  • Hays Medical Center is located at 2220 Canterbury Road.

Kelly Center, 785-628-4401

  • Kelly Center staff can provide emotional support through personal counseling. In the event of a crisis, Kelly Center staff are available on a 24-hour basis for students living on campus. We can also help victims access services outside the university, if necessary.
  • Services are confidential.
  • The Kelly Center is located in the lower level of Picken Hall.

High Plains Mental Health, 785-628-2871

  • High Plains, a licensed community mental health center, is dedicated to an aggressive pursuit of providing a comprehensive mental health program to the citizens of Northwest Kansas.
  • High Plains is located at 208 East 7th Street.

Northwest Kansas Corrections Change - Strategies for Change, 785-625-9192 ext. 111

  • If you have been accused of a crime and need help, NWKCC can help! NWKCC Strategies for Change is certified as having met the standards described in the Essential Elements and Standards for Batterer Intervention Programs.
  • NWKCC is located at 1011 Fort Street.


The following booklets were developed for students, faculty and staff. Please download and print them as needed.
Title IX The Accused
Title IX The Survivor
Title IX Top Ten Tips
Title IX Travel Abroad

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