Sexualized violence services | Mount Allison

The safety, security, and well-being of those who have experienced sexual violence are fundamental considerations.

At Mount Allison, we are committed to building a safe and inclusive campus community where survivors of sexual violence know they can receive the supports they need.

IMPORTANT: If this is an emergency and/or you have current concerns about your safety or the safety of others, call 911 and notify Campus Security at (506) 364-2228.

Support after experiencing sexual violence

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, recently or in the past, Mount Allison offers free and confidential services — regardless of whether you choose to make a formal report or not.

Reporting sexual violence

If you choose to disclose and/or report sexual violence, you will have access to a range of options and can choose to engage in any, all, or none of them. Guidance and support is available every step of the way.

What is sexualized violence?

Sexual violence describes a broad range of behaviours and acts. Sexual violence means any sexual act or act targeting a person’s sexuality, gender identity, or gender expression that is committed, threated, or attempted against a person without their consent. It includes:

Sexual assault
  • Touching/groping someone without consent
  • Coercing or physically forcing someone to engage in a sexual act
  • Incapacitating someone with drugs and/or alcohol 
  • Unwelcome comments or gestures
  • Unwelcome texts/DMs
  • Unwelcome touching or groping
  • Inappropriate promises of rewards for sexual favours
  • Unwanted, repeated surveillance by an individual or group
  • Harassment, intimidation, threats
  • Following someone
  • Monitoring someone’s actions, behaviour, social media
  • Electronic bullying or harassment
  • Posting rumours, threats, sexual remarks
  • Sharing someone’s personal information without their consent
  • Hate speech
Sharing intimate images without consent

Sharing an image of someone without their consent, especially if they are nude or shared the image with the expectation of privacy

Indecent acts/exposure
  • Doing something in a public place like masturbating or having sex without the consent of those around you.
  • Sending intimate images without permission

Sexual violence prevention action plans at Mount Allison

In August 2021, the process for sexual violence prevention and response was updated for students while the University develops and implements a new Sexual Violence and Prevention Policy based on the recommendations of a third-party review and Sexual Violence Prevention Working Group.

Learn more about the University's latest sexual violence prevention action plans.

Questions? Contact Mount Allison's Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Co-ordinator, Tasia Alexopoulos, at