Sexual Misconduct while Abroad

The University Sexual Misconduct policy applies to conduct that occurs off University property when that conduct is associated with a University-sponsored program or activity, such as travel, research, or internship programs.  That is, if an individual experiences sexual misconduct while abroad on a University-sponsored program or activity (for example, a study abroad program, Bridge Year, University-sponsored independent research or field work, a University-sponsored internship, a University-sponsored athletic team event, a University-sponsored student organization trip, an academic conference or professional development program), you are entitled to the same resources (including supportive measures and support resources) and protections (including University disciplinary processes where the other party is a student, faculty or staff member) that you would have on campus.

If you have experienced sexual misconduct while abroad, we encourage you to work with Confidential Resources, including SHARE, which is available 24 hours day/7 days a week.  Please see here for additional support resources, which includes information regarding supportive measures that may be available to you.

If you wish to report sexual misconduct that occurred abroad, please see here for information regarding reporting options.

International SOS provides emergency and support services for international travelers on University sponsored trips.

In addition, Pathways to Safety International (which is not affiliated with Princeton University) can provide support and resources.