With the conclusion of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, I would like to take this opportunity to share information with our community so that we can continue to work together to prevent sexual violence and ensure a safer campus.
Your safety and well-being is the College’s highest priority. We want to offer support and guidance to those who may experience sexual harassment or sexual violence, including intimate partner or dating violence, and stalking – either on- or off-campus. A new CUNY Policy on Sexual Misconduct has been created, and I encourage everyone to read it.
These issues are extremely serious, and we are committed to assisting any student or other member of our community in need of services. If you experience or observe sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, or domestic/dating/intimate partner violence, contact any of the College officials listed below:
- Danielle Dimitrov, Title IX Coordinator/Chief Diversity Officer
email@example.com; 718.982.2250; Building 1A, Room 103
- Robert Wilson, Director of Public Safety
firstname.lastname@example.org; 718.982.2111; Building 2A, Room 108
- A. Ramona Brown, Vice President for Student Affairs
email@example.com; 718.982.2335, Building 1A, Room 301
- For a confidential consultation, students may contact the Counseling Center
firstname.lastname@example.org; 718.982.2391; after hours 855.582.6069; Building 1A, Room 109
Employees may also contact:
- Hope Berté, Director of Human Resources
email@example.com; 718.982.2379, Building 1A, Room 201
- For a confidential conversation, contact CUNY’s Work/Life Program
We also encourage you to report all cases involving any form of sexual violence and/or stalking to the NYPD – or call 911 in a case of immediate danger.