A confidential resource is a person who is not required to respond to a report of relationship violence unless there is a threat of safety or well-being to a person or the university. Information shared with a confidential will not be included in an official report of sexual misconduct to the university, unless the complainant directs the confidential resource to share the information.

In addition to being a confidant, confidential resources can advise students where to go to file an official report on and off campus. At the request of the complainant, a confidential resource can accompany a complainant to any meeting on campus where the allegation is discussed, except in a case where Public Safety is involved.

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Lyndsay Cogdill Clark, MSW/LICSW, PIP, MDiv
University Counselor and Wellness Coordinator
Office: 203 Beeson Hall
University Counselor and Wellness Coordinator Lyndsay Cogdill Clark
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Bobby Gatlin
Campus Pastor
Office of Spiritual Life
Office: 202 Burns Hall
Campus Pastor Bobby Gatlin
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Todd Oakley
Associate Campus Minister
Office of Spiritual Life
Office: 208 Burns Hall
Minister to Students Todd Oakley
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Richard Yoakum, M.S., LPC
Director of Counseling Services and Wellness Programs, University Counselor
Office: 203 Beeson Hall
Director of Counseling Services and Wellness Programs, University Counselor Richard Yoakum