The following links and information are provided as a resource for additional information about sexual violence and sex harassment. Both College resources and non-college resources are provided to assist with information and support for students.
Should you or any student ever feel unsafe on campus, please do not hesitate to contact the Security Office. Additionally, security escorts on campus are available. The Security Office is located in the Campus Services Building, Room 228 and can be reached at 402-872-2411. Local law enforcement (Nemaha County Sheriff) can also be contacted for assistance at 402-274-3139.
Peru State College offers free, confidential student counseling services. The Counseling Services Office is located in the CATS 202 office suite on the top floor of the Center for Achievement and Transition Services. The phone number is (402) 872-2436. You can meet in person, by phone, or by Zoom.
Located on the first floor of the Center for Achievement and Transition Services, CATS Tutoring provides in-person, Zoom, and online peer-tutoring assistance for all enrolled students. More information is available by contacting Ms. Tracy Davis, Educational Support & Disability Services Coordinator at 402-872-2240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a member of TRiO/SSS at Peru State College, SSS provides in-person, online, and Zoom services to promote academic success. More information is available by contacting Dr. Vicky Jones, TRiO/SSS Director, at 402-872-2377 at email@example.com.
The Disabilities Services Office provides a variety of supplemental information including
disability laws and regulations, types of accommodations, and Peru State College’s
academic policies related to receiving accommodations. Learn more by contacting Ms.
Tracy Davis, Educational Support & Disability Services Coordinator at 402-872-2240 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Peru State College Student Resource Guide
Peru State College Student Handbook
Peru State College Employee Handbook
NSCS Board Policy 3020: Grievance Policy & Procedures for Sexual Harassment & Sex Discrimination
NSCS Board Policy 3100: Conduct and Discipline; Students
NSCS Board Policy 3200: Due Process - Students
908 13th Street, Auburn, NE 68305
Serves Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties
Services include 24 hour advocacy, safety planning, protection order assistance, emergency shelter, court accompaniment, hospital accompaniment, clothing vouchers, financial assistance and programs/speakers.
Nebraska’s Statewide Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 800-876-6238
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233
Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence: 402-476-6256
245 S. 84th Street, Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68510
The National Women's Health Information Center: 800-994-9662
Men Can Stop Rape: 202-265-6530
National Center for Victims of Crime: 800-394-2255
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network: 800-656-4673 (656-HOPE)