The college has installed bright red emergency telephones in all college facilities. Emergency telephones automatically connect the caller to the Central Control Desk in the Security Department when the phone is removed from the cradle. In addition, the moment the phone is removed from the cradle, Security can identify the caller's place of origin and can dispatch Security personnel immediately to the scene. If necessary, Central Control will send the police, fire department, or EMS to the location.
|Campus Security, Room D442||212-217-7777|
|Counseling Center, Room A212B||212-217-4260|
|Health Services, Room A402||212-217-4190|
|Residential Life, 210 West 27th Street||212-217-3900|
|Student Affairs, Room B221||212-217-3800|
Assistance for any other personal or academic concerns will be reviewed and options provided. During the disciplinary process, the victim's rights are:
- To have a person or persons of the victim's choice accompany the victim throughout the disciplinary hearing.
- To remain present during the entire proceeding.
- As established in state criminal codes, to be assured that his/her irrelevant past sexual history will not be discussed during the hearing.
- To make a "victim impact statement" and to suggest an appropriate penalty if the accused is found in violation of the code.
- To be informed immediately of the outcome of the hearing.
Information and Support
If you are the victim of sexual assault or sexual misconduct, you may seek support from Health Services, 212-217-7625, and the Counseling Center, 212-217-7697.