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On-campus Resources

Sexual Violence/Misconduct Resources for Care and Support

For emergencies, call UMBC Police at 410-455-5555 or local police at 911.

If you have experienced sexual violence/misconduct, relationship abuse, stalking, or another form of interpersonal violence, remember: it is not your fault, and you are not alone. Care and support are available.

There are multiple options for support. The information below is provided to help you choose what is right for you.

If you are an observer or are supporting a survivor, thank you. The resources on this page are available to support you too.

CONFIDENTIAL

Conversations with these resources will remain confidential, except, when there is clear and imminent danger that someone’s life is at risk, there is apparent or suspected abuse of a child or dependent adult, or there is a legal obligation to reveal such information under an enforceable court order. If so, identifying information must be shared with UMBC’s Title IX coordinator.

For students:

Counseling Center
410-455-2472 (on-call after hours or call UMBC Police at 410-455-5555)
Student Development & Success Center
counseling.umbc.edu

University Health Services
410-455-2542 (after hours call UMBC Police at 410-455-5555)
Erickson Hall, Ground Floor
uhs.umbc.edu

Interfaith Center (Only pastoral counselors are confidential.)
410-455-2686
Student Development & Success Center
campuslife.umbc.edu/diversity-and-inclusion/interfaith-center/

For faculty and staff:

GuidanceResources® Employee Assistance Program
855-410-7628
hr.umbc.edu/benefits/benefit-information/employee-assistance-program/

Interfaith Center (Only pastoral counselors are confidential.)
410-455-3657
Student Development & Success Center
campuslife.umbc.edu/diversity-and-inclusion/interfaith-center/

QUASI-CONFIDENTIAL

Conversations with these Quasi-Confidential Resources can remain confidential unless there is a continuing threat of harm, as determined in the sole discretion of the University, or there is a legal obligation to reveal such information (for example in cases of mandatory reporting related to abuse or neglect of minors or in response to a legally sufficient subpoena). Otherwise, Quasi-Confidential Resources will report incidents, but are not required to share any identifying information to the University’s Title IX Coordinator.

For students, faculty, and staff:

Title IX Resources Team
humanrelations.umbc.edu/sexual-misconduct/gender-equitytitle-ix/

Women’s Center
410-455-2714
004 The Commons (ground floor)
womenscenter.umbc.edu

RESOURCES REQUIRED TO SHARE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION WITH TITLE IX COORDINATOR

UMBC values the privacy of its students, faculty, and staff and will make every effort to respect and safeguard the information they share. Information related to a report will only be shared with others on a limited need-to-know basis. However, following federal and state law, in some circumstances certain UMBC community members have specific reporting obligations to UMBC’s Title IX coordinator. These resources are required to immediately share the known details of an incident of prohibited conduct (date, time, location, names of parties involved, description of the incident, etc.) to the Title IX coordinator.

For students, faculty, and staff:

Office of Equity and Inclusion (formerly Human Relations office) 
410-455-1606
901 Administration building
humanrelations.umbc.edu/sexual-misconduct/

UMBC Police
410-455-5555
Central Plant building
police.umbc.edu

Responsible Employees
Includes faculty and other UMBC community members

ADDITIONAL ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES AND INFORMATION

Office of Accessibility and Disability Services
Behavioral Risk Assessment and Consultation Team (BRACT)
UMBC Diversity and Inclusion
Healthy Relationship Advocates, Information, and Programs
International Education Services
LGBTQ Resources
Campus Life’s Mosaic Center for Cultural Diversity
Peer Health Educators
Student Conduct and Community Standards
Office of Student Disability Services