Student Health Services Commonwealth Hall- ground floor, 610-436-2509 Provides basic medical care for victim/survivor post-assault, including STI testing, emergency contraception, and pregnancy testing.
Campus Sexual Misconduct Advocate Sherry Mendez, Commonwealth Hall, 610-436-0732 Provides information about on-campus reporting, referrals, and support for survivors.
Counseling Center Commonwealth Hall- ground floor, 610-436-2301 Provides one on one and group counseling for survivors of sexual misconduct.
Women's Center Alicia Hahn-Murphy- Director, 220 Lawrence Center, 610-436-2122 Provides information and resources to support victims/survivors of sexual misconduct.
Public Safety 690 Church Street, 610-436-3311 Available 24 hours a day. They are available to take statements from victim/survivor(s), and provide rides to the hospital for forensic exams.
Office of Social Equity/Title IX Coordinator Lynn Klingensmith, 13/15 University Avenue, 610-436-2433 Investigates claims of Title IX violations, provides informal resolutions, and assists students with claims against faculty/staff.
Office of Student Conduct Sykes 238, 610-436-3511 Enforces code of conduct, including sexual misconduct policy. Helps victim/survivor file reports, facilitates changes in schedule and housing assignments and issues no contact orders for safety of victim/survivor.
Crime Victims' Center 135 West Market Street, 610-692-7273 Offers free counseling, hospital accompaniment, and court accompaniment for survivors.
Domestic Violence Center of Chester County 610-431-1430 Offers 24-hour support/counseling, and court accompaniment.