Hampshire College believes that sex is an experience that should be freely chosen, respectful, consensual, and enjoyable. We strive to create a violence-free campus and are committed to implementing prevention strategies and providing victims/survivors with support, services, and information.
Summer Resources for Students Regarding Sexual Offenses
The office of sexual offense services, the sexual offense crisis line, and the office of health and counseling services will not be open during summer break, effective May 20, 2013. If you are in need of support, please use the resources listed below during the summer.
If you want to report a sexual offense that has taken place on the Hampshire campus during the summer, please contact the Title IX deputy coordinator, Renee Freedman, at 413.559.5849 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College's sexual offense policy can be found here.
Center for Women and Community (sexual offenses, domestic violence, and intimate partner violence)
Safe Passage (domestic violence)
Mass.gov lists Massachusetts rape crisis centers (Each state government's website lists the rape crisis centers in their areas)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
The Victims Rights Law Center
If you have questions about this information, support options, or resources, please contact the dean of students office at 413.559.5412.
you can request consent and violence prevention workshops.
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