Help is available.

Many students, staff and faculty have found PLU’s Advocacy Services to be a good starting point for getting the help they need. Advocates are trained and confidential.

PLU’s Advocates provide individuals with options and resources so they can make informed decisions about their situation. They offer a safe, private setting to talk with individuals who have questions or concerns about sexual assault, intimate partner violence, or stalking. Those who speak with an advocate can share as much or as little information about their situation as they like.

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Professional Advocate

Magdalena Stickel

Magdalena Stickel

Coordinator and Primary Confidential Advocate
AUC 156
253-538-6304

Schedule an appointment with me here.
Or drop in to see me without an appointment, in person or virtual:
Mondays 2pm-4pm or Thursdays 9:30am-12:30pm.
For virtual drop-in appointments, email stickemk@plu.edu for meeting link.

Email Advocacy@plu.edu if you have any questions.

Professional Advocate

Nicole Jordan

Nicole Jordan, BSW, MPA

Center for Gender Equity Coordinator

253-538-6303

Schedule an appointment with me here.

Email Advocacy@plu.edu if you have any questions.

Other Campus Resources

Health Center * 253-535-7337
Counseling Center * 253-535-7206
Campus Safety 253-535-7441
Campus Ministry * 253-535-7464
Residential Life 253-535-7200
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities 253-535-7195

* Confidential resource

24-hour Community Hotlines

Sexual Assault Center of Pierce County
253-474-7273
www.sexualassaultcenter.com

Pierce County Domestic Violence Hotline
253-798-4166
www.aplaceofhelp.com/