Advocacy and Resources:
RSVP is a committee chaired by the Director of the Women's Center. The committee deals with providing advocates and advocating for campus policies regarding sexual harassment, stalking, sexual assault, and dating violence.
If you or anyone you know is experiencing any of these issues the following resources are available:
Ruthe Boyea Women's Center:
The Center is available to provide crisis counseling, serve as advocates and assist with referrals to outside agencies. The Center also provides support groups regarding violence against women's issues. The Center works diligently to ensure that the victims rights are upheld.
Student Center Room 215 / 860-832-1655
Prevention and Counseling Service:
The Prevention and Counseling Service is available to respond to the psychological needs of the survivor through evaluation, brief counseling and referral through the department. This is a free and confidential service.
Willard Hall 100 / 860-832-1945
University Health Service:
Health Service is staffed with a full time physician and SANE (sexual assault nurse examiner) certified RN. They will provide medical exams, STD and pregnancy testing. They are also available to provide crisis counseling and referral to community resources.
Marcus White Annex / 860-832-1926
Prudence Crandall Center:
The Prudence Crandall Center provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence and elder abuse. Services include a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, individual counseling, support groups, advocacy and community education.
24 Hour Hotline 860-225-6357 or 1-888-774-2900
Campus Ministry Services:
Professionals from a variety of religious backgrounds are available for crisis intervention and or spiritual direction relating to sexual assault and aspects of violence against women. We are available to act as an advocate and listen to your needs.
Marcus White Hall Room / 860-832-1935
New Britain Sexual Assault Crisis Services:
The Sexual Assault Crisis Services provides 24 hour hotline crisis counseling. Police, court and hospital accompaniment. Short term counseling and support groups.
22 Glen Street / 1-888-999-5545
Campus Police Department:
CCSU police dept. will provide a full investigation by the Detective Division. They offer assistance with the CCSU Judicial process.
Emergency 911 / Routine Calls 860-832-2375
Pre-Collegiate and Access Services Department:
The PAS department will provide advocacy and support to students enrolled in their programs who may have experienced any type of violence. Referrals and crisis counseling is offered.
Copernicus Hall Room 205 / 832-1902
Department of Athletics:
Athletics will provide advocacy and referrals for student athletes who have experienced s sexual assault and/or other campus violence. They will provide outlets for physical well being through various activities for members of the campus community.
Kaiser Hall Room 129 / 860-832-3042
Department of Residence Life:
The DRL is committed to creating an environment in which each member can achieve his/her potential. DRL staff has been trained to support sexual assault victims/survivors and are able to make proper referrals. Consideration such as housing changes can be expedited by staff in order to make students feel comfortable in the environment they live.
Barrows Hall Room 120 / 860-832-1660