Sexual Assault Resources
The Sexual Assault Campus Liaison serves as an information clearinghouse for SLC community members regarding sexual assault education, prevention, and response. The Sexual Assault Campus Liaison will provide information and direct students to appropriate resources including:
- Medical services
- Mental health services
- Sexual assault reporting procedures
- Campus discipline processes and procedures
- Off-campus support resources and reporting options
- Public Safety resources
- Educational programs and services
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The Sexual Assault Campus Liaison is Dina Nunziato, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services. She can be reached in Health Services at (914) 395-2350.
As always, students may also speak with any member of the Health Services staff for confidential support and access to information. The Health Services staff members are trained annually each fall regarding these issues and are prepared to provide information, answer questions, and assist students in accessing campus and community resources.
Please note that the Sexual Assault Campus Liaison is not responsible for sexual assault education and prevention programs. The Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Subcommittee of the Committee of Student Life is responsible for the oversight of campus education and prevention programs in consultation with members of the Student Affairs, Health Services, and Public Safety staffs. Nor is the liaison charged with overseeing sexual assault training or policy development, responsibility for training and policy review are shared by the Dean of Student Affairs, the Director of Public Safety and the Director of Health Services.