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Reporting

D. Speaking with Confidential Resources - Community Members Who do Not Have a Duty to Report

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. For this reason, 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. Except in limited circumstances, communications with the Confidential Resources listed below will not be shared with the Department of Public Safety, the Title IX Office, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, the Deans of Students, or any other member of the University community. Please note that Confidential Resources must report sexual and related misconduct when: (1) a community member is likely to engage in conduct that would result in serious harm to themselves or to others; or (2) there is reasonable cause to suspect that a minor has been sexually abused.

It is important to note that Confidential Resources may not be able to provide the full range of accommodations and supportive measures that Public Safety, the Deans of Students, the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, the Title IX Coordinator, or Human Resources can arrange (e.g., changes to academic schedules, housing, and work schedules).

The following Confidential Resources are offered to the University Community:

Counseling and Psychological Services
Rose Hill Campus: 718-817-3725
Lincoln Center Campus: 212-636-6225
Westchester Campus: 914-367-3733
Calder Center: Please use the Westchester Phone Number

University Health Services
Rose Hill Campus: 718-817-4160
Lincoln Center Campus: 212-636-7160
Westchester Campus: Please use the Rose Hill Phone Number
Calder Center: Please use the Rose Hill Phone Number

Office of Campus Ministry - Pastoral Counselors
Rose Hill Campus: 718-817-4500
Lincoln Center Campus: 212-636-6267
Westchester Campus: 914-367-3420
Calder Center: Please use the Westchester Phone Number Above

Consistent with the mandatory reporting section below, all faculty, staff, and administrators have a duty to report all incidents of sexual and related misconduct they learn of or reasonably suspect if they are not designated as a Confidential Resource (i.e., a trained administrator or staff member working in Counseling and Psychological Services, working in University Health Services, or serving as a pastoral counselor in the Office of Campus Ministry who is available to those community members who do not wish to report their experience). All non-Confidential Resources will maintain community members’ privacy to the greatest extent permitted under the Policy and Procedures.