If you or someone close to you asks for support following an incident of sexual harassment or assault, there are resources on campus that you can reach out to for help. You have the right to make a report to Cornell University Police, local law enforcement, and/or state police or choose not to report; to report the incident to Cornell; to be protected by Cornell from retaliation for reporting an incident; and to receive assistance and resources from Cornell.
Please see Cornell's Sexual Harassment and Assault -- Response and Education "SHARE" website for comprehensive information on resources for reporting and student support: https://share.cornell.edu.
Some resources are additionally highlighted below:
Victim advocates: confidential resources for Cornell community members who have experienced any type of bias-related incident or victimization.
Contact the victim advocates at email@example.com or (607) 255-1212 (reminder that email is not secure for confidential communication).
The Ithaca Advocacy Center's confidential hotline. Can be utilized even when not in crisis (for example: when looking for advice on how to help a friend).
Contact the hotline at 607-277-5000
For 24/7 confidential consultation with a health care provider or counselor, students may call Cornell Health at (607) 255-5155; faculty and staff may call the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at (607) 255-2673.
Report bias related incidents online at: biasconcerns.cornell.edu.
Report to the police
o Call 911 for emergency assistance
o Call CUPD: (607) 255-1111
Other on-campus resources:
- Center for Intercultural Dialogue: (607) 255-3693 or 626 Thurston Avenue
- Asian & Asian American Resource Center: (607) 255-5648 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center: (607) 255-4406 or email@example.com
- EARS student peer counseling: (607) 255-3277 or (607) 255-EARS
- Student Disability Services: (607) 254-4545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Women’s Resource Center: (607) 255-0015 or WRC@cornell.edu