Confidential Resources

Confidential Resources for Instances of Sexual and Related Misconduct

Community members may want to talk about their experiences involving sexual and related misconduct in a supportive, confidential space that allows them to discuss and process their feelings. If you prefer to report an incident confidentially, there are a number of on-campus and off-campus resources to assist you. 

The University provides Confidential Resources, who are trained administrators and staff members available to those community members who do not wish to report their experience. 

In addition, community members can reach out to Confidential Off-Campus Resources available 24/7, 365 days per year.

Except in limited circumstances, communications with the Confidential Resources listed below will not be shared with the Department of Public Safety, the Gender Equity and Title IX Office, the Title IX Coordinator, the Deans of Students, or any other member of the University community.

  • Clinical Counselors within the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services are considered confidential and do not have reporting requirements within the University.

    Rose HillLincoln CenterWestchester & Calder Center
    O'Hare Hall, Lower Level
    140 W 62nd St, G02

    In an emergency situation or after hours, please contact a resident assistant, resident director, or the Department of Public Safety for assistance. These staff members can contact the Office of Counseling Services’' professional staff as necessary to respond during off-hours. Counseling services are available to all students who have experienced a sexual offense, stalking or dating or domestic violence. Crisis, urgent and walk-in appointments are welcome.

    All CPS clinical services are free and confidential. Clinical staff are not required to report sexual misconduct situations unless there is an immediate threat to you or others. All CPS counselors are qualified to assist students who have experienced trauma, including rape, sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence. 

    Consultation is also available to administrators, faculty, family members, or students who are concerned about a student.

  • University Health Services (UHS), on both the Rose Hill and Lincoln Centers campuses, have nurse practitioners who are Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE). They are specifically trained to assist survivors of sexual assault and can assist in the medical care and follow-up/referral process, as well as provide general support to survivors. 

    Rose HillLincoln CenterWestchester & Calder Center
    O'Hare Hall, Lower Level
    140 W 62nd St, G-16
    (Rose Hill Phone Number)

    Emergent cases presenting to UHS will be referred to a hospital in the area that specializes in the care of sexual assault. Students presenting for testing for a possible exposure to sexually transmitted infections can and will be treated by UHS. If those particular students are identified as possible victims of sexual assault, they will be referred to an outside agency specializing in the care of sexual assault.

    Email: [email protected]


  • Pastoral Counselors in the Office of Campus Ministry are considered confidential and do not have reporting requirements within the University.

    Rose HillLincoln CenterWestchester
    McGinley Center, 1st Floor
    140 W 62nd St, Room 141
    Room 133

Confidential Off-Campus Resources

The hotlines listed below are completely confidential and available 24/7, 365 days per year.

  • RAPE Crisis Hotline:  914-345-911
  • NYC Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-621-HOPE (4673)
  • Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project:  212-714-1141
  • Crime Victim's Hotline: 212-577-7777
  • Safe Horizon's Rape/Sexual Assault and Incest Hotline: 212-227-3000
  • New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline:  800-942-6906
  • New York State Office of Victim Services:  800-247-8035 or