Sexual Assault Support - Home

 

We have a 24-hour support phone line 
to help with a sexual assault 
388-6600 ext. 1 
It connects you to the counseling center 
during the day, or the counselor on call after hours 
Using this line is CONFIDENTIAL

 

The 24-your support line is set up to provide you with any support you may want in response to an incident of sexual misconduct.  You can be assured that your situation will be regarded as confidential, as the phone line puts you in contact with someone in our counseling center.  You should also know that you do have other options as well, and not all of them will be able to promise confidentiality as the college will have been put on notice that an incident occurred.  In all cases we will try to respect your wishes as much as we are able to legally.

 

   
CAMPUS RESOURCES confidentiality level
Sexual Assault Resource Hotline STRICTLY confidential
(518) 388-6600 ext. 1
   
Counseling Center STRICTLY
(518) 388-6161 Wicker Wellness Center
   
Health Services STRICTLY
(518) 388-6120 Wicker Wellness Center    
Campus Safety (to file a formal complaint)      MOSTLY
   
Title IX Coordinator MOSTLY
(518) 388-8327
   
Dean of Students MOSTLY
(518) 388-6116
 
 
OFF CAMPUS RESOURCES
Schenectady County Sexual Assault STRICTLY
Support Services (518) 346-2246
   
Ellis Hospital Emergency Room STRICTLY
(518) 243-4121
   
Schenectady Police Department According
(518) 382-5200 to NYS Law
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STRICTLY Confidential: 
Conversations are all confidential and can be anonymous.  Except in rare, extreme circumstances, nothing will be shared without Complainant’s explicit permission.


MOSTLY Confidential: 
Conversations are kept as confidential as possible, but limited information about incidents of sexual misconduct must be shared with relevant administrators and a Title IX Coordinator so that the College can take action if necessary for reasons of safety.  In planning any response, the wishes of the person are given full consideration.

 
According to NYS LAW Confidential: 
Exploratory conversations are confidential. Police reports, with identifying information redacted, may be available to the public upon request.