On/Off Campus Resources
Director of Title IX
Sheila M. Calkins, BSN, JD
Director of Title IX and Clery Act Compliance
13th floor, 73 Tremont Street
Suffolk University Counseling, Health and Wellness (for Students Only)
73 Tremont Street, 5th floor
Professional counselors at Counseling, Health and Wellness provide free, confidential services to students regarding sexual assault and sexual misconduct. Professional counselors will maintain a summary of the incident for record keeping but will not share the victim's/survivor’s name without their permission. Professional counselors are available to assist victims/survivors in a crisis situation and provide information about options, including medical assistance, psychological counseling, University disciplinary action, and legal prosecution. Professional counselors can provide safe, confidential support during this difficult period and can inform students of common reactions to crises and discuss coping methods that may assist students immediately following a sexual assault and/or other sexual misconduct and after. Talking about concerns with one of these counselors may help students sort through feelings and decide what to do. An individual appointment with a counselor may be made by contacting Counseling, Health and Wellness at 617-573-8226 or the victim/survivor may be seen without an appointment at 10am, 11am, 12pm or 1pm Monday through Friday. In an emergency, the victim/survivor will be seen immediately. After business hours, students may speak with a licensed clinician by calling Counseling, Health and Wellness at 617-573-8226 and following the prompts.
73 Tremont Street, 5th floor
Students can receive free medical care and referrals for follow-up care, emergency contraception and screening and testing for sexually transmitted infections. Please note: Counseling, Health and Wellness does not have a sexual assault nurse examiner on staff.
Interfaith Center (for Students Only)
Donahue Hall, 5th floor
The Interfaith Center provides confidential pastoral care and support for victims/survivors of sexual assault and sexual misconduct and other Suffolk students.
Resident Assistant (RA) or Residence Life and Housing Staff Member (for Students Only)
73 Tremont Street, 7th floor
Residence Life and Housing staff are also available in each residence hall.
Dean of Students Offices (for Students and Employees Who Are Concerned About Students)
For Students in CAS & SBS (Non-confidential Report)
Associate Dean of Students
73 Tremont Street
For Students in the Law School
Dean of Students
120 Tremont Street
The deans provide support and referrals for follow-up care. They will provide information about reporting and complaint procedures and accommodations for class changes, living arrangements, course incompletes, or withdrawals, and will provide referrals for counseling and medical treatment.
Human Resources (for Employees and Students Concerned About an Employee)
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) (for Students and Employees)
800-841-8371 (24-hour hotline)
BARCC offers free, confidential services to sexual assault survivors, their friends and families. It also operates a 24-hour confidential hotline that provides survivors of sexual assault with telephone counseling and personal support. The Center also maintains a referral network of survivor support groups (call 617-492-RAPE or 617-492-7273).
Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) (for Students and Employees)
115 Broad Street
Boston, MA 02110
VRLC is dedicated to serving the legal needs of sexual assault victim. The VRLC provides free legal services, legal training and technical assistance.
Jane Doe Inc. (Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence) (for Students and Employees)
14 Beacon Street, Suite 507
Jane Doe Inc. is an interactive service locator tool to find sexual assault and domestic violence resources in your area and a map of service providers across Massachusetts.
Casa Myrna Vasquez (for Students and Employees)
P.O. Box 180019
Boston, MA 02118
Case Myrna provides Boston’s most comprehensive range of programs to address domestic and dating violence.
Fenway Health Violence Recovery Program (VRP)
VRP provides counseling, support groups, advocacy, and referral services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) victims of bias crime, domestic violence, sexual assault, and police misconduct.