Assault and Rape Information, Support, and Education

Serving members of the FGCU community impacted by sexual violence

Working to create a violence-free campus



Learn about resources for physical and mental health care, on- and off-campus supports, reporting options, and how to support someone who has experienced sexual violence.

Where to Go for Help

On-Campus and Off-Campus resources for those affected by sexual violence

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Request a Program

ARISE members can provide educational programs for classes, student groups, etc. on sexual violence, supporting survivors, dating violence, and more. If interested, please submit a requestat least three weeks before the desired program dateusing thisrequest form.

Frequently Asked Questions and Brief Overview of Important Information

  • How is sexual violence defined? How is consent defined?

  • Myths and Facts about Sexual Violence

  • What are common reactions to sexual violence?

  • Factors to Consider After Sexual Violence

  • What are options for evidence collection and emergency medical care?

  • What are options related to sexually transmitted infections and/or pregnancy?

  • On- and Off-Campus Reporting Options

  • On-Campus Residential Support Options

  • ARISE Committee Members

Printable Materials

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Please reach out with questions

Katherine Cascio, PhD, Staff Psychologist

(she, her, hers)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

300 Student and Community Counseling Center

10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, Florida 33965