Additional Campus Resources

In addition to primary Title IX reporting resources, these campus offices will support any member of the campus community who experiences gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, or other sexual misconduct. 

Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success
Wilder Hall, 221 Stockbridge Road (413) 545-2517

The Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS) is a student centered learning agency that advances the personal, academic and professional success of diverse populations of students, staff, faculty and the larger university community. CMASS can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that multicultural victim-survivors receive effective accommodations and support services.

Disability Services
161 Whitmore Administration Building (413) 545-0892
Disability Services empowers people with disabilities in their full integration into campus life. Disability Services’ consumer managers can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that victim-survivors with disabilities receive effective accommodations and support services.

Men and Masculinities Center
120 Thoreau (413) 577-4636

The UMass Men and Masculinities Center supports and promotes healthy masculinities. The Center can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that male and male identified victim-survivors receive effective accommodations and support services.

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
416 Student Union (413) 545-9642

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life can provide connection to religious organizations and advisers who provide pastoral counseling and other religious services.

​Ombuds Office
823 Campus Center (413) 545-0867

The Ombuds Office helps all members of the university community resolve university-related conflicts. The Ombuds Office informally mediates disputes, facilitates communication, explores claims of unfair treatment or erroneous procedure, listens, advises, and makes recommendations

Psychological Services Center
123 Tobin Hall (413) 545-0041

The PSC is a full-service mental health clinic open to the campus and local community. The PSC provides adult and child therapy; individual, couples and group therapy; and assessment services.

Residential Education
202 Berkshire House (413) 545-3451
Residential Life staff (Residence Assistants, Assistant Residence Director, Residence Director) provide resources to students involved in sexual misconduct, stalking, domestic and dating violence including connecting students to other offices on campus, and facilitating room assignment changes or temporary moves.

Stonewall Center
Crampton Hall, Southwest (413) 545-4824

The Stonewall Center provides support, advocacy and programming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual (LGBTQIA) and allied students, faculty and staff at UMass Amherst and in the Pioneer Valley. The Center can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that LGBTQIA victim-survivors receive effective accommodations and support services.

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
202-205 Middlesex House (413) 545-0350

The Faculty & Staff Assistance Program is a free, CONFIDENTIAL service offering counseling, information, consultation and referrals for UMass Amherst faculty and staff. The FSAP helps resolve work-related and personal concerns through confidential assessment, counseling, consultation and referrals.

Veterans Services
18-19 Dickinson Hall  (413) 545-0939

UMass Amherst is committed to offering quality services and support programs for student veterans, active military, and their families. Veterans Services can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that veteran victim-survivors receive effective accommodations and support services.

Women of Color Leadership Network (WOCLN)
127 New Africa House (413) 545-1671

WOCLN connects women of color to each other for mutual support and learning. Through mentoring, workshops, events and programming WOCLN raises women’s consciousness around issues of social identities, self-care, and self-expression. WOCLN can work with EO&D and DOSO to ensure that women of color victim-survivors receive effective accommodations and support services.
 

Collective Bargaining Units

If you are an employee represented by a collective bargaining unit, you should also contact the appropriate office for advice and assistance:

  • American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Council 93, Local 1776, AFL/CIO – for service/maintenance and skilled craft personnel, (413) 545-2831
  • Graduate Employee Organization (GEO), Local 2322, UAW – for teaching assistants, research assistants, and graduate students with similar assignments, (413) 545-0705
  • New England Police Benevolent Association (NEPBA) – for police officers, (413) 545-212
  • International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO-B) – for police sergeants, (413) 545-2121
  • The Massachusetts Society of Professors/Faculty Staff Union (MSP) – for faculty members and librarians, (413) 545-2206
  • Professional Staff Union Massachusetts Teachers Association (PSU/MTA) for non-faculty professional personnel, (413) 545-4509
  • Resident Assistant (RA) Union, Local 2322, UAW – for Resident Assistants, (413) 577-2629
  • United Auto Workers (Postdocs) – for Post-Doctoral Research Associates and Senior Post-Doctoral Research Associates
  • University Staff Association, an Affiliate of the Massachusetts Teachers Association/NEA (USA/MTA/NEA) – for secretarial/clerical and technical/paraprofessional personnel, (413) 545-0165