Concerns may include: having experienced a crime either on- or off-campus, concerns about stolen property, concerns about the legal process, wanting to file a police report.
The University Police department is committed to ensuring a safe and secure campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors. We focus on crime prevention and deterrence, community policing, personal safety education, a safety escort (safe rides) service for students and overall service to the College community.
The Office of Student Conduct promotes the College's community standards for the health and safety of all members of our community. Student Conduct ensures due process and fundamental fairness to all individuals and organizations involved. They accomplish this by communicating expectations outlined in the Code of Student Conduct, encouraging accountability, self-reflection, emotional & developmental growth, and supporting students experiencing conflict. Student Conduct strives to build and maintain community partnerships that promote student success.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs or activities that receive federal funding. This includes admission into college, financial aid awards, athletic programs, internships, school-related activities, participation in club sports and organizations, and other College sponsored activities.
Under Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex may include sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship abuse, domestic violence, stalking, gender identity, gender non-conformity, sexual orientation, pay inequity, and pregnancy discrimination.
Students can learn more about options for reporting an incident and the many resources and support available for students by contacting the Title IX Coordinator.
The Counseling Center is part of the Hazen Center for Integrated Care and offers individual and group therapy, outreach and consultation services, and referral services to help coordinate your mental health care.
The Counseling Center is a confidential reporting option for students that choose to report an incident of sexual assault, relationship abuse, domestic violence and stalking and for students reaching out for help to begin the healing process.
Counseling Center hours:
Fall & Spring semesters
Monday–Friday, 8 am – 4:45 pm
Monday–Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
Same-day urgent counseling sessions are generally available for all students. These urgent meeting times are in the morning during open access (walk-in) hours, between 8 and 11 am, Monday -Friday.
When the Counseling Center is Closed and there is an emergency:
If you're on campus: Call University Police at (585) 395-2222
If you're off campus: Call 911 or LifeLine 24 hours/day at (585) 275-5151 or 1-800-310-1160
For other 24/7 assistance, text "GOT5U" to 741-741 for Crisis Text Line or call (800) 273-TALK (8255).
211/LIFE LINE provides information and referral for human services and crisis/ suicide prevention services serving Monroe, Wayne, Cayuga, Ontario, Livingston, and Seneca County. 211/LIFE LINE is committed to providing compassionate service for those struggling and in crisis and offer a crisis hotline, information on emergency housing and food resources. Call the 24/7 hotline at 211 or 1-877-356-9211 or text 898211.
The comprehensive webpage provides instant and anonymous access to campus and community sexual and interpersonal violence response resources including, Title IX campus response, sexual and interpersonal violence crisis community resources, law enforcement information and legal resources.
The Office of Residential Life/Learning Communities supports the College's mission by developing safe, inclusive and vibrant communities that value academic excellence and enhance student development. Through collaboration and unique relationships with students, our staff provides an appropriate balance of challenge and support, community development and a purposeful residential curriculum with holistic student education at its core.