On Campus Resources

If you have experienced a sexual assault - please remember that it is not your fault and you are not alone.

Confidential Resources:

Confidential resources are not mandated reporters and do not report internally to the Title IX office. These resources are available to support students who have experienced sexual, gender based, or intimate partner violence; are supporting someone else who has experienced violence; or students who just want a confidential space to talk through issues they are dealing with. What is said in these offices, stays in these offices. These resources are excellent first stops when seeking support and next steps.

Columbia SVR Rape Crisis /Anti-Violence Support Center is located at 105 Hewitt: 212-854-HELP (4357) - this is a 24/7 helpline

Being Barnard is located in Brooks, Lower Level (in Primary Care Health Services): 212-854-2091

Primary Care Health Services is located in Brooks, Lower Level: 212-854-2091

Furman Counseling Center is located in Hewitt, First Floor: 212-854-2092

University Chaplain is located in Earl Hall: 212-854-6242


Non-Confidential Resources:

Most staff members of the College community (Barnard, Columbia, and Teacher's College) are considered mandated reporters who will respect the privacy of the information shared with them but cannot provide confidentiality, as they are required to report internally to the Title IX office. If a person does not work in one of the above listed confidential offices, please assume they are a mandated reporter. This includes Deans, Residence Life Staff, Administrators, Public Safety, Faculty, TAs, and Residence Assistants.

Title IX is located at 102 Milbank Hall: 212-854-0037

Public Safety is located at 104 Barnard Hall: 212-854-3362 (emergency line: 212-854-6666)

Well Woman is located at 119 Reid Hall 212-854-3063