Like all communities nationwide, USC experiences interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, harassment, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP) strives to prevent interpersonal violence at USC and support survivors who have experienced and been impacted by interpersonal violence. SAVIP provides advocacy, outreach, education, and consultation to empower the campus community in identifying, preventing, and disrupting interpersonal violence, supporting survivors, and contributing to a campus culture that values and promotes healthy relationships and consent.
For information on how to support survivors, additional on and off-campus resources, or to report an act of interpersonal violence, please visit http://www.sc.edu/stopsexualassault.
To speak with an advocate in Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention, please call 803-777-8248 or walk in during business hours. After hours, call USCPD at 803-777-4215 and ask to speak with the SAVIP advocate. When calling USCPD to connect with a SAVIP advocate, you do not have to provide any information regarding the incident to USCPD. Click here for more information on our advocacy services.