Resources: Where can I get help?


It is important  to understand that there are certain resources on campus that are confidential.  Confidentiality is a guarantee that no information will be shared with third parties without the reporter's permission.  University Police can take confidential police reports but they have a legal obligation to investigate any report of a crime or safety issue.  The reporting party information (i.e., name, address, etc.) is kept confidential. 

The Confidential Resources on campus are the Counseling Center, Health Services, and the Wellness Center.



On Campus Resources

Counseling Center

Across from the Campus Center North Parking Lot


If you have been the victim of sexual assault or harassment, a counselor can provide you with confidential services such as emergency assistance and crisis counseling.  A counselor can also assist you in considering your options in regard to pressing charges, filing a report, addressing medical concerns as well as addressing issues of safety in your residential envionment, and receiving support from your academic professor if you miss class/assignments/exams as a result of the sexual assault or sexual harassment.

Health Services

Basement of Campus Center South



-          Treatment for STDs

-          Morning after pill

-          GYN Care

-          Referral for strictly confidential counseling (on or off campus)

-          Request that your medical record be kept in case evidence is needed to support your case if you choose to pursue legal action

-          Assistance in receiving hospital services such as HIV testing, and emergency HIV treatment


Title IX Coordinator



University Police


Humanities Basement


Office of Community Standards


3rd Floor, Student Services


Affirmative Action Officer



Department of Human Resources





3rd Floor, Campus Center South



Off Campus Resources and Hotlines


Victim's Assistance Services: 914-345-9111

24 Hour Rape Crisis Hotline: 1-855-827-2255

Crisis/Suicide Hotline: 914-347-6400



If you have been the victim of a sexual assault or of sexual harassment, please know that it was not your fault.  You are not alone. There are people on campus that will support and believe you.