COVID-19: Title IX Reporting Updates
Even working remotely, you can still report any incident of sexual violence. We are here as a BSC community to offer you support services.
In addition, NYS launched a new texting program and confidential service to help New Yorkers experiencing domestic violence. Text 844-997-2121 or visit www.opdv.ny.gov to confidentially chat with a professional at any time of day or night.
On Campus Resources:
University Police Department- 716-878-6333 (24/7)
Weigel Health Center- 716-878-6711
The Counseling Center- 716-878-4436
Off Campus Resources:
Crisis Services of Buffalo- 716-831-3434 (24 hour hotline)
Family Justice Center Safeline-716-558-SAFE(7233)
Suny Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SAVR)-response.suny.edu
The Dean of Students Office, in collaboration with our campus partners, strives to maintain a safe environment for our students. We are committed to providing support and assistance to members of our campus community who are, or have been impacted by sexual violence, including gender-based discrimination, harassment, stalking, relationship or dating violence, or sexual assault. Buffalo State College is committed to developing best practices to respond to, as well as prevent instances of sexual violence from happening on campus. We encourage you to use this page as a resource for Sexual Violence prevention related issues. You can also find out more regarding Title IX Compliance by visiting the Office of Equity and Diversity’s page. If you need help immediately outside of business hours please contact University Police Department, 716-878-6333 or Crisis Services at 716-834-3131.
Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator
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