The policy states in relevant part:
CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONSWhen information is shared with a confidential resource identified in this policy, it does not have to be reported further, and will not initiate further action from the University. The only exception where a confidential resource will not honor confidentiality is when there is an imminent danger to the student or to others. If you desire that details of the incident be kept confidential, you should speak with the Ombuds, on-campus counselors at the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) or staff at the Student Health Services (SHS), Office of Campus Ministries, DAWN (on or off campus), or an off-campus rape crisis resource such as the D.C. Rape Crisis Center (DCRCC). CAPS counselors are available to help you free of charge, and can be seen on an emergency basis. In addition, you may speak on- and off-campus with members of the clergy and chaplains, who will also keep reports confidential.(Gallaudet Student Handbook.)
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