All Hampshire community members have the right to personal and sexual safety, respect, integrity, and freedom of expression, as long as such expression does not cause harm to others. Hampshire College will make every effort to protect these rights, and will not tolerate any form of sexual offense. Hampshire seeks to increase safety and prevent sexual offenses from occurring by providing educational programming and training for students, faculty and staff. Hampshire also maintains resources on campus as well as partnerships off campus in order to ensure the highest level of support for all students and for all members of the Hampshire College community.
The sexual offenses policy as it pertains to students can be viewed at handbook.hampshire.edu.
Click on the following links for information about how students may access or be referred to any of the following resources for support. You may also scroll down to view all options available to students for support.
|Resource||Phone/Location||Type of Support|
|Hampshire College Health and Counseling Services||413.559.5458. Near the admissions office and the Red Barn||For medical attention MWF 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and TTh 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. when classes are in session.|
|Cooley Dickinson Hospital||413.582.2000. 30 Locust Street (Rt. 9), Northampton, MA 01061||24/7 sexual assault nurse exam (SANE), transportation by Hampshire College campus police is provided to CDH.|
|University Health Services at the University of Massachusetts||413.577.5000. 150 Infirmary Way, Amherst, MA (in the Central Residential Area near Franklin Dining Commons)||Speak to a triage nurse for a sexual assault nurse exam (SANE), free of charge: M-F, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. (SANE exams through 6 p.m.), except holidays. Sat. and Sun: 11 a.m.-5 p.m (SANE exams through 3 p.m.); see the UHS website for hours during college breaks. Transportation by Hampshire College campus police is provided to UHS.|
Confidential Reporting and Counseling
|Resource||Phone/Location||Type of Support|
|Hampshire College Health and Counseling Services||413.559.5458. Near the admissions office and the Red Barn||For mental health counseling appointments MWF 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and TTh 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m when classes are in session.|
|Center for Women and Community at University of Massachusetts||1.888.337.0800. New Africa House on Infirmary Way (see website for directions)||Multiple options for counseling available for all genders, including the 24-hour crisis line listed; see website for details umass.edu/ewc.|
|Hampshire College Spiritual Life Office (ordained clergy only)||413.559.5282. Merrill Student Life Center (2nd floor)||For spiritually-based counseling and support.|
|Resource||Contact Information||Type of Support|
|Hampshire College Health and Counseling Services||413.559.5458. Near the admissions office and the Red Barn||Provides confidential counseling support and medical treatment to students MWF 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and TTh 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m when classes are in session.|
|Diana Fernandez, Hampshire College Title IX coordinator||413.559.6253. Cole Science Center 106 email@example.com||Oversees all aspects of Title IX compliance.|
|Shannon Da Silva, Title IX deputy coordinator for students||413.559.4510. Merrill Student Life Center (2nd floor)
|Receives and oversees reports against students.|
|Troy Hill, Title IX deputy coordinator for athletics||413.559.5470. Robert Crown Center (RCC) firstname.lastname@example.org||Receives and oversees reports related to athletic programs.|
|Shelly Ruocco, Title IX deputy coordinator for faculty and staff||413.559.5605. Robert Stiles House (human resources) email@example.com||Receives and oversees reports against faculty and staff.|
Dianna Wiliams, Title IX deputy coordinator for faculty and staff
|413.559.5442. Robert Stiles House (human resources) firstname.lastname@example.org||Receives and oversees reports against faculty and staff.|
|Jessica Fontaine, Title IX deputy coordinator for student case management||413.559.6205. Prescott Area Office (near the Prescott gazebo) email@example.com||Facilitates the process for investigated cases referred to a hearing panel; guiding those involved through each step of the process.|
|Jordan Perry, director of wellness promotion||413.559.5743. The Wellness Center, Enfield House (by the basketball court, above the Center for Feminisms) firstname.lastname@example.org||Provides educational programming and support resources on many health and well-being topics, including sexual misconduct. Also provides confidential non-professional counseling support.|