According to the Office of Student Conflict Resolution report:
Confidential Assistance: Information about or assistance with sexual misconduct issues may be obtained from a variety of University resources. Prior to or concurrent with any review or investigation process, students may find it helpful to consult with a counselor or otherwise seek assistance. The following offices can provide advice and support. All information shared with these offices will remain confidential to the extent permitted by law and University policy. Discussions with representatives of these offices will not be considered a report to the University regarding the problematic behavior and will not, without additional action by the Complainant, result in sanctions or intervention.(UM OSCR 2011-12 Report, see Appendix, p 17.)
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Tom Lehker is the Ombudsman for students and Michael Welch is the Ombudsman for staff.
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