If you believe you have experienced an assault - remember, it is not your fault.
Report an Incident
To report an incident to the College electronically, click here. Contact Amy Zavadil at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 212-854-0037, or click here to directly schedule an appointment to seek consultation or report information in person.
To report information regarding Columbia University students (non-Barnard students), you may also visit the reporting page on Columbia's webiste by clicking here.
You may also consider consulting an Advocate. On campus, you can reach the Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center Survivor Advocates or Peer Advocates by calling 212-854-HELP (4357). Off campus and nearby, St. Luke's Crime Victims Treatment Center CVTC) Advocates and services can be reached by calling (212) 523-4728. To contact the NYPD Special Victims Division call (646) 610-7272.
Find out more by visiting the Resources webpage by using the menu to the left.
Report an Incident to Law Enforcement
Much of the information on these web pages refer to definitions listed in College and University policy definitions, and enforced by the College and/or University. Behavior, such as sexual assault, harassment, stalking, dating violence or domestic violence, are also crimes. The College can assist in reporting to law enforcement, including providing guidance in determining the appropriate jurisdiction for such reporting.
New York State Law. For specific information related to New York State criminal law definitions of sexual violence, please visit: http://www.svfreenyc.org/survivors_legal.html
Barnard College Public Safety and the Title IX Coordinator can provide assistance with reporting.
New York City Policy Department and Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Information and resources for criminal response and/or civil restraining orders can be found online at: http://manhattanda.org/sexual-assault-and-criminal-justice-system
Relevant Government Resources
Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator(s) and to OCR. The below government agencies may provide additional resources for anyone wishing to file a complaint of gender-based misconduct:
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
New York—Region II
32 Old Slip, 26th Floor
New York, NY 10005
U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women