In addition to support from the Student Conduct and Community Standards Office, the following are other campus resources that are available to assist and support you:
Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH)
Emergency on-call services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Center for Health Promotion (CHP)
3rd Floor, University Health Services
Center for Women and Community (CWC)
New Africa House
24-hour Sexual Assault Support & Advocacy (SASA) Hotline: 413-545-0800
Disability Services Office
If you need accommodations to participate in the student conduct process, contact Disability Services Office to discuss the accommodations you may need.
International Programs Office (IPO)
70 Butterfield Terrace
If you have questions or concerns regarding the impact of a student conduct outcome on your visa, contact the International Programs Office. Students scheduled to study abroad are encouraged to contact IPO, as a conduct outcome may impact eligibility.
The Equal Opportunity & Access Office (EOA)
Title IX Coordinator: Kerri Thompson Tillett, J.D
(Associate Vice Chancellor Equal Opportunity)
225 Bartlett Hall
823 Campus Center (8th floor)
Resolution services for conflicts and concerns
Student Legal Services Office
922 Campus Center