- For immediate assistance call 911 or 610-330-4444 to reach the Office of Public Safety.
As you think about how you want to respond, it is most important to do what is right for you. Although the College always encourages individuals to consider immediate medical attention, the information below and elsewhere on this website is meant to help you make an informed decision about what is right for you.
If you’ve experienced sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, or other forms of sexual or gender-based harassment, you are likely to have many concerns: your physical health and safety, emotional and mental well-being, sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy, the potential impact of your experience on how you relate with friends or family members, and about understanding the disciplinary or legal options available to you.
If you have experienced sexual or intimate partner violence, seek immediate medical attention on campus or in the community.
Need someone to talk to? Learn more about local support services, including confidential resources.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual misconduct or gender-based discrimination, complete a brief online form to report the incident to the College's Title IX Coordinators.
Most victims of sexual and relationship violence disclose the abuse to at least one other person. We hope this page provides some tools for helping others and recognizing how this may impact you.