Contacts

 

American Republic Student Heath Center

(515) 271-3731

Counseling Center

(515) 271-3864

Disability Center

(515) 271-1835

Appointment desk

(515) 271-3731

Drake Insurance

Donna Blunck

(515) 271-3116

Wellness Center

(515) 271-2027

My Nurse

(800) 424-3258

Polk County Health Department

(When you need to know what necessary immunizations you need when traveling abroad or if you are in need of an STD or HIV test, call and make an appointment).

(515) 286-3798

Rape Crisis Hotline

(515) 286-3535

Polk County Victim Services

(515) 286-3600

Des Moines Police Department

(515) 283-4832 / 911

Drake Campus Security

(811) 271-2222

 

Title IX Coordinator

Kathryn (Katie) Overberg is the University's Title IX Coordinator.

Overberg coordinates the University's response to concerns of: 

  • Sex-based discrimination (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence, and sexual exploitation)
  • Interpersonal misconduct (including domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking)
  • Retaliation against anyone seeking assistance, filing a complaint, or participating in an investigation of sexual or interpersonal misconduct

You can reach Overberg by phone at (515) 271-2982 or email at either kathryn.overberg@drake.edu or titleix@drake.edu

If you have experienced sexual or interpersonal misconduct, please know you’re not alone, and there are people here who can support you and provide you with resources to help you make informed choices.  

On this site, you will find resources and answers to questions you might have, as well as a complete overview of options for reporting any incidents of misconduct.

A quick look at Resources and Reporting for Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct

 

CARE Referrals

A CARE referral is a “heads up” to the Dean of Students staff and the CARE case manager that you think a student could use some extra support and outreach.

Some common areas of concern from students, staff and faculty are:

  • Academic concerns related to performance or attendance
  • Concerns related to physical health, illness or injury
  • Emotional and mental health
  • Safety concerns (non-emergency)
  • Personal issues (not Code of Conduct violations)

Visit the CARE Referrals site to learn more about the CARE Referral process or submit an online referral.

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