Title IX: Who to Contact
If you are in immediate danger call 9-1-1.
Any student, faculty, or staff member with a concern or question about Title IX should contact the Title IX and Equity Coordinator.
Sexual misconduct offenses include, but are not limited to:
- Sexual Harassment
- Non-Consensual Sexual Contact (or attempts to commit same)
- Non-Consensual Sexual Intercourse (or attempts to commit same)
- Sexual Exploitation
- Dating Violence
- Domestic Violence
If you wish to speak with an on-campus confidential resource you should contact counseling services.
Connecticut sexual assault crisis hotline is an off-campus confidential resource.
888-999-5545 for English
888-568-8332 para Español
You will be connected to the sexual assault crisis center nearest you. A counselor/advocate is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to listen and offer support, as well as to provide you with information and resources to help you best decide what to do next. All services are free and confidential.
You are encouraged to speak to the Title IX and Equity Coordinator to make formal reports of incidents.
Resources for Preventable Sexually Transmitted Diseases
City of Hartford Department of Health and Human Services (Burgdorf Health Center)
131 Coventry Street, 1st Floor
Hartford, CT 06112
860-757-4830 or 860-757-4772
No appointment necessary. Fee for service.
Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence (Formerly CONNSACS)
96 Pitkin Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
24-Hour Hot Line 888-999-5545
All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and services provided include:
- Hotline Services 24 hours/day 7 days/week
- 24-hour crisis counseling
- Information & referral
- Advocacy for children and non-abusing parent
- Short-term counseling for complainants and their family and/or friends
- Support groups and more
- Community education programs dealing with sexual assault issues
- Community prevention programs dealing with safety concerns, etc.