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Resources

The offices listed below can assist students who wish to report, discuss, seek support or explore options when they experience or hear about sexual harassment of any type.

Confidential resources

Information remains with the student and the source. Source is not obligated to report to the Title IX coordinator or anyone else unless there is imminent concern for safety

  • University Counseling Center - Provides free, confidential individual and group counseling and outreach. Follow-up counseling is offered and referrals are made to campus or community resources, as needed.
  • Decker Student Health Services - Provides supportive, confidential nursing, physical, emotional and psychiatric medical care. Evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted illnesses, including HIV (with free rapid HIV testing at the DSHSC), is available. Most services are free to students.
  • Harpur's Ferry - Free 24/7 student-run ambulance service that can transport students from on- and off-campus locations to a local hospital for emergency and non-emergency needs and perform any pre-hospital care as needed.
  • SUNY Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SAVR) Resource - A free SUNY-wide website where users can find on- and off-campus resources by institution or zip code.
  • New York State Office of Victim Services - A free New York State website that can help you, a family member, or friend cope with victimization from a crime.
  • New York State Office for the Prevention or Domestic Violence - Offers free help for victims, family and friends experiencing domestic violence.
  • Ombudsman (student or employee) - A free, confidential resource for students and employees to voice concerns, evaluate situations, organize thoughts and identify options
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - A free, confidential resource for employees and families offering assistance with work and personal challenges

Private resources (all free of charge)

Obligated to report known names and facts to the Title IX Coordinator. The University may take action. Services are free to students.

  • Interpersonal Violence Prevention (IVP) - A private resource providing free information and resources for students.
  • University Police - A fully empowered state law enforcement agency. Students may report crimes, discuss orders of protection and seek other law enforcement support.
  • Dean of Students - A resource offering students assistance with a wide variety of issues affecting their academic and personal life. Includes advocacy and case management services.
  • Office of Student Conduct - Oversees enforcement of the Code of Student Conduct. Students may report events, request no-contact orders and seek University action including interim measures.
  • Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Supports students by fostering a diverse and inclusive culture that is welcoming for all.
  • Residential Life - Provides a supportive living environment with live-in staff committed to student success. Residential Life staff are a private resource to whom students may report incidents.
  • Human Resources - Provides service and expertise for  faculty, staff, graduate and teaching assistants, student assistants, federal college work study students, prospective employees and retirees.  Can respond to employee-related complaints.

 

Andrew R. Baker
Title IX Coordinator
Risk Management and Administrative Compliance
Binghamton University
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902
607-777-2486
abaker@binghamton.edu
Couper Administration Building room 217

Last Updated: 3/13/17