We’re a calm, private space on the third floor of Old Johnson Hall, offering housing advocacy, reporting, healing and empowerment services for survivors of sexual violence.

If you have experienced sexual violence, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking, you are not alone. We are committed to supporting you.

January is National Stalking Awareness Month

Learn more about the VictimConnect Resource Center, a weekday phone, chat and text-based referral helpline operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime. Services are available for all victims of crime in the United States and its territories. Visitors to the hotline receive strength-based and trauma-informed services and referrals in over 200 languages.

More tools for survivors of stalking are available as well.


We provide a single place for students — or anyone — to report an incident of sexual violence. Meet with people who can help you find your way, in a supportive environment. Private and confidential service providers are available get you needed services, plan your next steps and more.


Team members

We have a team of providers to assist those who have experienced or wish to report incidents of sexual violence. 

Team Members

Safe Space

The VARCC's Safe Space is an area for people who have experienced interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, to come together in a relaxed atmosphere to talk, use therapeutic art supplies, listen to music, do homework and relax together.


Where to find us

Meet with us

Contact the VARCC by making an appointment online, emailing us, calling us or walking in for a visit to get connected with options and services. Find out what you can expect if you contact us.

Phone: 607-777-3010  
Visit: Old Johnson third floor


  • Winter (Jan. 3–12): 1–4 p.m. Monday–Thursday 
  • 8:30 a.m.–noon and 1–4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • 1–7 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday

Make an appointment online

Get help

Consider your options, find an advocate, discover resources and services, know your rights and more. 

Learn More


Anyone can make an anonymous report about incidents of dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault or sexual harassment/discrimation.