On-Campus Resources

BYU-Idaho Title IX Office
Nick Rammell: Title IX Coordinator
290 Kimball Building
(208) 496-9209
rammelln@byui.edu

The Title IX Office promotes and maintains a safe and respectful environment for the campus community, free from sexual harassment and gender discrimination. The Title IX Office addresses reported violations of the Sexual Misconduct Policy, provides information and training, and answers questions about university policy or other Title IX concerns, including issues related to pregnancy.

The Title IX Coordinator oversees an investigation process rooted in compassion, fairness, and respect. The Title IX Coordinator can assist any student with concerns related to sexual misconduct, including safety concerns, academic struggles, etc.

BYU-Idaho Counseling Center
200 Student Health & Counseling Center
(208) 496-9370

The BYU-Idaho Counseling Center provides confidential counseling for individuals, couples (pre-marital and marital), groups, and any student in crisis. Free counseling is available for matriculated BYU-Idaho students, registered for a minimum of six credits.

BYU-Idaho Sexual Assault Support Counselor (SASC)
Emily Brumbaugh
200 Student Health Center
(208) 496-9370
brumbaughe@byui.edu

The SASC assists students who have experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking or other forms of sexual misconduct. It provides support, guidance and information regarding university policies and procedures to help students make more informed choices regarding their situation. In addition, the SASC works one-on-one to connect students with resources both on and off campus and assists students in navigating the university system.

BYU-Idaho Student Health Center
100 Student Health Center
(208) 496-9330

The BYU-Idaho Student health center provides comprehensive health care services. Excludes sexual assault examinations, which are available at Madison Memorial Hospital.

BYU-Idaho Public Safety Office
150 Kimball Building
(208) 496-3000

The Dispatch Center operates 24 hours a day. Security and Safety patrols campus grounds, provides Safe Walk escort services, and responds to emergencies.

Local Resources

Rexburg Police Department
25 E. Main St.
(208) 359-3008 or 911

The Police Department investigates reported acts of sexual misconduct. It is available to assist you with protection orders, no-contact orders, and restraining orders. General information about different types of court orders is available on the Idaho Courts website.

Family Crisis Center
16 E. Main St.
(208) 356-0065
(800) 962-5601

Services include a 24-hour crisis line, crisis counseling, women’s support groups, victim advocacy, referrals to receive legal assistance, and safety planning.

Madison Memorial Hospital
450 E. Main St
(208) 359-6900

Madison Memorial Hospital performs sexual assault examinations which include assessments and documentation of injury, collection of evidence, and treatment to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

Domestic Violence
& Sexual Assault Center
1050 Memorial Drive
24 hr Crisis Line
(208) 235-2412

Services include a 24-hour crisis line, crisis counseling, women’s support groups, victim advocacy, referrals to receive legal assistance, and safety planning.

Idaho Coalition Against
Sexual & Domestic Violence
(208) 384-0419

Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence offers information about resources in Idaho and facts about sexual assault.