Campus Resources

Office of Residential Life
Resident assistants, resident directors, and central office staff are trained to provide support and assistance to both complainants and respondents. Resident assistants are on duty all night, every night, and present in the Residence Hall Offices (RHOs) from 6:30 to 9:15 p.m. at Rose Hill and from 6 to 11 p.m. at Lincoln Center. A resident director is on call at all times. All staff in Residential Life are required to report sexual misconduct situations to their supervisors and ultimately to the Department of Public Safety.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS)
Office Hours
Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Rose Hill | O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-3725
Lincoln Center | 140 W. 62nd St., G02 | 212-636-6225

Westchester | Please see the Counseling and Psychological Services section of the Fordham website (fordham.edu/counseling) for office location and contact information.

In emergency situations or after hours, please contact a resident assistant, resident director, or the Department of Public Safety for assistance. These staff members can contact the Counseling and Psychological 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 available.
  • All CPS clinical services are free and confidential to the extent of the law. 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 a trauma, including rape, sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence.
  • Consultation is available to administrators, faculty, family members, or students who are concerned about a student.

University Health Services
Rose Hill | O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-4160
Nurse practitioners are available as follows:

  • Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • No fee

Lincoln Center | 140 W. 62nd St., G16 | 212-636-7160
Nurse practitioners are available as follows:

  • Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Thursday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Saturday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • No fee

University Health Services (UHS) on both campuses has 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, follow-up/referral process, and provide general support to survivors. Emergent cases presenting to the 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 a sexual assault, they will be referred to an outside agency specializing in the care of a sexual assault.

University Health Services medical providers are not required to report sexual misconduct situations unless there is an immediate threat to you or others. However, medical providers in University Health Services are required to report aggregate data without identifying information.

Fordham University Emergency Medical Services (FUEMS) is a part of University Health Services on the Rose Hill campus. Students can contact FUEMS by calling 718-817-2222. All calls should indicate the nature of the incident and whether a specific gender staff member will be needed. FUEMS provides Emergency Medical Technicians on duty, referrals, and transportation to the hospital at no fee.

Departmenet of Public Safety
Rose Hill | Thebaud Annex | 718-817-2222
Lincoln Center | Lowenstein Center | 212-636-6076
Westchester | 400 Westchester Avenue | West Harrison, N.Y. | 914-367-3333

  • Immediate response 24 hours a day by experienced public safety supervisors who are former law enforcement professionals.
  • Incident reports prepared, which may be valuable documents if the case is pursued at a later date, either through law enforcement or through a University student conduct process.
  • Will summon the police department that has jurisdiction, after conferral with the victim, and work closely with this agency.

As part of the freshman CORE programming series, public safety staff provide a presentation to all incoming students on personal safety, residence hall security, and living in an urban environment. In addition, public safety procedures are discussed with prospective and accepted students and their parents at open house programs sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and at New Student Orientation events sponsored by the Office for Student Involvement. The Department of Public Safety apprises students of events affecting their personal safety by issuing public safety alerts and by providing the student newspaper with a synopsis of criminal incidents for publication in weekly editions.

Title IX Coordinator
Patricia Scaglione
Director of Institutional Equity and Interim Compliance/Title IX Coordinator
Cunniffe House, Room 114, Rose Hill Campus | 718-817-3112 | TitleIX@fordham.edu

The Title IX coordinator is responsible for the University’s compliance efforts and coordinating the University’s response to all complaints involving possible sex discrimination, and is informed of all sexual misconduct complaints throughout the University. The coordinator collects all data for all of the University’s sexual misconduct complaints in order to monitor the timeliness of the process, to track outcomes, to identify and address any patterns or systemic problems revealed by such reports and complaints, and to assess effects on the campus climate. The Title IX coordinator is responsible for coordinating the employee conduct process where a staff member, faculty member, or third party may be found responsible for violating this policy. This includes complaints brought by students, faculty, staff members, or third parties against a faculty member, staff member, or third party.

The Department of Public Safety conducts investigations for all Title IX cases involving complaints by students against other students. The dean of students on the campus where the respondent is enrolled conducts the student conduct process and, if necessary, imposes student conduct sanctions for students found in violation of these policies. The Division of Student Affairs oversees the student conduct process when a student may be in violation of the Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures, and is responsible for keeping a record of these matters. At times, designees can be assigned to carry out these duties.

Campus Ministry
Rose Hill | McGinley Center, 1st Floor | 718-817-4500
Monday–Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Lincoln Center | 140 W. 62nd St., Room 141 | 212-636-6267
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Westchester | Room 133 | 914-367-3420
Tuesday–Thursday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

In emergency situations or after hours, please contact a resident assistant, resident director, or the Department of Public Safety for assistance. These staff members can contact professional staff members from the Office of Campus Ministry as necessary to respond during off hours. All pastoral services are free and confidential. Pastoral counselors are not required to report sexual misconduct situations unless there is an immediate threat to oneself or others.

Off-Campus Resources

Police Agencies
48th Precinct (Rose Hill) | 450 Cross Bronx Expressway, Bronx, N.Y.
718-299-3900

20th Precinct (Lincoln Center) | 120 W. 82nd St., New York, N.Y.
212-580-6411

  • Maintains a Sex Crimes Unit—officers trained in investigating sex crimes
  • Hotline: 212-267-7273
  • The hotline can be contacted directly and used to aid victims of sex crimes anonymously.
  • The hotline is staffed by female officers.

Harrison P.D. (Westchester) | 650 North St., Harrison, N.Y. | 914-967-5110

New York State Police 24-Hour Hotline for Reporting Sexual Assault on New York College Campuses: 844-845-7269

Rape and Violence Crisis Centers
Rape Crisis Hotline

  • 914-345-9111
  • 24 hours a day
  • Confidential
  • Free and immediate support and assistance

Safe Horizon’s Rape/Sexual Assault and Incest Hotline

  • 212-227-3000
  • 24 hours a day
  • Confidential
  • Free
  • Safety planning, crisis counseling, advocacy with the police

NYC Domestic Violence Hotline

  • 800-621-HOPE (4673)

Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project

  • 212-714-1141

New York State Domestic Violence Hotline

  • 800-942-6906

New York State Office of Victim Services

  • 800-247-8035 or www.ovs.ny.gov

Hospitals

Rose Hill

Sexual Assault Response Treatment (SART) programs include emergency room physicians, forensic nurses, and social workers who have been specifically trained in treating victims of sexual assault and rape. SARTs take a multidisciplinary approach, combining medicine, law enforcement, and victim advocacy to ensure that sexual assault victims receive appropriate medical attention, evidentiary examinations, emotional support, and referral information.

The following institutions feature SART programs:

  • North Central Bronx Hospital | 3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. | 718-519-5000
  • Jacobi Medical Center | Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, N.Y. | 718-918-5000

The following institutions have general emergency departments without SART programs:

  • St. Barnabas Hospital | 183rd Street and Third Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. | 718-960-9000
  • Montefiore Medical Center | 111 E. 210th St., Bronx, N.Y. | 718-920-4321
  • Montefiore North | 613 E. 233rd St., Bronx, N.Y. | 718-920-9000

Lincoln Center

Mt. Sinai West Emergency Room | 1000 Tenth Avenue (59th Street), New York, N.Y.
212-523-4000

  • Specialized Services for Victims of Violent Crime and Sexual Assault
  • The Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC) at Mt. Sinai is one of the largest and most comprehensive hospital-based victim treatment centers in New York. Its direct number is 212-523-4728. As the first hospital in New York to establish a specialized and highly acclaimed treatment service for victims of sexual assault, they have Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners (SAFE) available 24 hours a day. These examiners devote their full attention to the needs of the victim and, only with the victim’s consent, collect evidence that can be used to prosecute a crime.

The following is a general emergency department without SART or SAFE programs:

  • Lenox Hill Hospital | 100 E. 77th St., New York, N.Y. | 212-434-3030

WESTCHESTER

  • Westchester County Medical Center | 100 Woods Road, Valhalla, N.Y. | 914-493-7000
  • White Plains Hospital Medical Center | 41 East Post Road, White Plains, N.Y. | 914-681-0600

Community Legal Services

National Crime Victims Bar Association

202-467-8753
For assistance pursuing civil justice for crime victims

NYS Crime Victims Board

800-247-8035
Legal help and information provided by the New York State Office of Victim Services

LawHelp.org

A website dedicated to helping persons in need find legal help, organizations, resources, and information for various circumstances

Connect, Inc.

212-683-0605
Provides legal information and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence

Break the Cycle

800-214-4150
Serves individuals ages 22 and under seeking orders of protection and related Family Court matters

Division of Student Affairs DirectoryIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS DIRECTORY

Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students at Rose Hill
(also serves as the contact person for the Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station)
Christopher Rodgers | McGinley Center, Room 242 | 718-817-4755 | deanrodgers@fordham.edu

Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students at Lincoln Center
(also serves as the contact person for the Westchester campus)
Keith Eldredge | 140 W. 62nd St., G33 | 212-636-6250 | eldredge@fordham.edu

Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Residential Life at Rose Hill
Kimberly Russell | Loschert Hall Basement | 718-817-3080

Associate Director of Residential Life for Student Conduct at Rose Hill
Alex Fischer | Loschert Hall Basement | 718-817-3080

Senior Director of Residential Life at Lincoln Center
Jenifer Campbell | McMahon Hall, Room 108 | 212-636-7100

Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
Jeffrey Ng, Psy.D. | Rose Hill: O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-3725
Lincoln Center: 140 W. 62nd St., G02 | 212-636-6225

Executive Director of University Health Services
Kathleen Malara | Rose Hill: O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-4160
Lincoln Center: 140 W. 62nd St., G16 | 212-636-7160

Assistant Dean for Student Involvement at Rose Hill
Cody Arcuri | McGinley Center, Room 213 | 718-817-4339

Senior Director for Student Involvement at Lincoln Center
Dorothy Wenzel, Ph.D. | 140 W. 62nd St., G33 | 212-636-6250

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs for Diversity and Inclusion
Juan Carlos Matos | McGinley Center, Room 211 | 718-817-0664

Fordham University Emergency Medical Service

Rose Hill | 718-817-2222
All calls should indicate the nature of the incident and whether a female staff member will be needed.

  • Emergency medical technicians on duty
  • Referrals
  • Transportation to a hospital
  • No fee
  • Confidential services

Residence Hall Offices (RHO)

Resident assistants are on duty all night, every night, and present in the RHOs at Rose Hill from 6:30 a.m. to 9:15 p.m., and from 6 to 11 p.m. in the RHO at Lincoln Center.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Rose Hill | O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-3725
Lincoln Center | McMahon Hall, Room 211 | 212-636-6225
Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Westchester: please contact 914-367-3733
Tuesdays: 12 – 5 p.m.; Saturdays: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

In emergency situations or after hours, please contact a resident assistant, resident director, and/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, and/or domestic violence incident.
  • Crisis walk-ins are welcome.
  • All services are free and confidential.
  • Consultation is available to administrators, faculty, family members, or students who are concerned about a student.

University Health Services

Rose Hill | O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-4160
Nurse practitioners are available as follows:

  • Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • No fee

Lincoln Center | McMahon 203 | 212-636-7160
Nurse practitioners are available as follows:

  • Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • No fee

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

Department of Public Safety

Rose Hill | Thebaud Annex | 718-817-2222
Lincoln Center | Lowenstein | 212-636-6076
Westchester | 400 Westchester Avenue | 914-367-3333

  • Immediate response 24 hours a day by experienced former law enforcement public safety supervisors.
  • Incident reports prepared which may be a valuable document if the case is pursued at a later date, either criminally or through a University student conduct process.
  • Will summon the police department that has jurisdiction, after conferral with the victim, and work closely with this agency.

As part of the freshman CORE programming series, public safety staff provide a presentation to all incoming students on personal safety, residence hall security, and living in an urban environment. In addition, public safety procedures are discussed with prospective and accepted students and their parents at open house programs sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and New Student Orientation sponsored by the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development. The Department of Public Safety apprises students of events affecting their personal safety by issuing public safety alerts and by providing the student newspaper with a synopsis of criminal incidents for publication in weekly editions.

Title IX Coordinator

Anastasia Coleman
Director of Institutional Equity and Compliance/Title IX Coordinator
Cunniffe House, Room 114, Rose Hill Campus | 718-817-3112
TitleIX@fordham.edu

Campus Ministry

Rose Hill | McGinley Center, 1st Floor | 718-817-4500
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Lincoln Center | 140 W. 62nd St., Room 141 | 212-636-6267
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Westchester | Room 133 | 914-367-3420
Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

In emergency situations or after hours, please contact a resident assistant, resident director, and/or the Department of Public Safety for assistance. These staff members can contact professional staff members from the Office of Campus Ministry as necessary to respond during off hours.

Police Agencies

48th Precinct (Rose Hill) | 450 Cross Bronx Expressway, Bronx, NY
Phone: 718-299-3900

20th Precinct (Lincoln Center) | 120 West 82nd Street, New York, NY
Phone: 212-580-6411

  • Maintains a Sex Crimes Unit—officers trained in investigating sex crimes
  • Hotline: 212-267-7273
  • Hotline can be contacted directly and used to aid victims of sex crimes anonymously
  • Hotline staffed by female officers

Harrison PD (Westchester) | 650 North Street, Harrison, NY | 914-967-5110

New York State Police 24-Hour Hotline for Reporting Sexual Assault on New York College Campuses: 844-845-7269

Rape Crisis Centers

RAPE Crisis Hotline:

  • Phone: 914-345-9111
  • 24 hours a day
  • Confidential
  • Free and immediate support and assistance

Safe Horizon’s Rape/Sexual Assault and Incest Hotline:

  • Phone: 212-227-3000
  • 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Confidential
  • Free
  • Safety planning, crisis counseling, advocacy with the police

NYC Domestic Violence Hotline:

  • Phone: 800-621-HOPE (4673)

Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project:

  • Phone: 212-714-1141

New York State Domestic Violence Hotline

  • 800-942-6906

New York State Office of Victim Services

  • 800-247-8035 or www.ovs.ny.gov

 

Hospitals

Rose Hill

The following institutions feature Sexual Assault Response Treatment (SART) programs:

  • North Central Bronx Hospital | 3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx, NY | 718-519-5000
  • Jacobi Medical Center | Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, NY | 718-918-5000

The following institutions have general emergency departments without SART programs:

  • St. Barnabas Hospital | 183rd Street and Third Avenue, Bronx, NY | 718-960-9000
  • Montefiore Medical Center | 111 East 210th Street, Bronx, NY | 718-920-4321
  • Montefiore North | 613 East 233rd Street, Bronx, NY | 718-920-9000

Lincoln Center

Mt. Sinai West Emergency Room | 1000 Tenth Avenue (59th Street), New York, N.Y.
212-523-4000

  • Specialized Services for Victims of Violent Crime and Sexual Assault
  • The Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC) at Mt. Sinai is one of the largest and most comprehensive hospital-based victim treatment centers in New York. Its direct number is 212-523-4728. As the first hospital in New York to establish a specialized and highly acclaimed treatment service for victims of sexual assault, they have Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners (SAFE) available 24 hours a day. These examiners devote their full attention to the needs of the victim and, only with the victim’s consent, collect evidence that can be used to prosecute a crime.

The following is a general emergency department without SART or SAFE programs:

  • Lenox Hill Hospital | 100 East 77th Street, New York, NY | 212-434-3030

Westchester

  • Westchester County Medical Center | 100 Woods Road, Valhalla, NY | 914-493-7000
  • White Plains Hospital Medical Center | 41 East Post Road, White Plains, NY | 914-681-0600

Community Legal Services

National Crime Victims Bar Association
Phone: 202-467-8753
For assistance pursuing civil justice for crime victims

NYS Crime Victims Board
Phone: 800-247-8035
Legal help and information provided by the New York State Office of Victim Services

LawHelp.org
A website dedicated to helping persons in need find legal help, organizations, resources and information for various circumstances

Connect, Inc.
Phone: 212-683-0605
Provides legal information and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence

Break the Cycle
Phone: 800-214-4150
Serves individuals ages 22 and under seeking orders of protection and related Family Court matters

Division of Student Affairs

Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students at Rose Hill
(also serves as the contact person for the Calder Center)
Christopher Rodgers | McGinley Center, Room 242 | 718-817-4755

Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students at Lincoln Center
(also serves as the contact person for the Westchester campus)
Keith Eldredge | 140 W. 62nd St., G33 | 212-636-6250

Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Residential Life at Rose Hill
Kimberly Russell | Loschert Hall Basement | 718-817-3080

Associate Director of Residential Life for Student Conduct at Rose Hill
Alex Fischer | Loschert Hall Basement | 718-817-3080

Senior Director of Residential Life at Lincoln Center
Jenifer Campbell | McMahon Hall, Room 108 | 212-636-7100

Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
Jeffrey Ng, PsyD | Rose Hill: O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-3725
Lincoln Center: 140 W. 62nd St., G02  | 212-636-6225

Executive Director of University Health Services
Kathleen Malara | Rose Hill: O’Hare Hall, Lower Level | 718-817-4160
Lincoln Center: 140 W. 62nd St., G16 | 212-636-7160

Assistant Dean for Student Involvement at Rose Hill
Cody Arcuri | McGinley Center, Room 213 | 718-817-4339

Senior Director for Student Involvement at Lincoln Center
Dorothy Wenzel, PhD | 140 W. 62nd St., G33 | 212-636-6250

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs for Diversity and Inclusion
Juan Carlos Matos | McGinley Center, Room 211 | 718-817-0664