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We are committed to fostering and maintaining a safe environment for all of its students.

Violence on campus is of particular concern and the College is responding by creating a multi-disciplinary, coordinated response to address the issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. The College of Saint Rose is committed to the on-going effort to establish a culture on campus where violence against others is not tolerated, victims are supported and empowered, and offenders are sanctioned.

On-Campus Resources

Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, and Stalking are frightening realities for anyone to have to face alone. But, you are not alone; there are people who will assist you in recovering. Saint Rose is concerned about your physical and mental well-being, and is ready to support you in dealing with the aftermath of any of these incidents.

Making an Appointment with the Counseling Center
The Counseling Center can assist students who have experienced sexual assault, stalking or dating violence. Students may schedule a free and confidential appointment by calling 518.454.5200. Please inform the receptionist that you have a need to speak immediately to a counselor about an urgent situation. If it is after normal hours call Security at 518.454.5187 and ask that the counselor on-call or Area Coordinator be paged. Another resource to contact is the Victim Advocate who can be reached by calling 518.258.8342.

Making a Title IX Report
If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of sex discrimination or sexual misconduct, there are many options and resources available to you. Visit our Title IX reporting section to learn about the process including the ways you can file a report.

View Title IX Reporting


In addition to providing on-campus resources for sex discrimination and sexual misconduct, the College also provides support to nursing parents in a clean, comfortable room on campus.  Please view the information on our lactation room and how to reserve it.

Lactation Room

Off-Campus Partnerships & Resources

We have partnered with community agencies and local law enforcement to provide education to the campus community, advocacy for victims of violence, and when possible prosecution of perpetrators of violent crimes against others.

  • Albany County Crime Victims and Sexual Violence Center
    ACCVSVC is the primary provider of rape crisis/sexual abuse services in Albany County. It is also provides comprehensive crime victim services.
    112 State St #1100,
    Albany, NY 12207
    24 hour hotline: 518.447.7716
    Business: 518.447.7100
  • Albany County District Attorney Victim’s Liaison Office
    Working as a team, an Assistant District Attorney (“ADA”) and Victim Witness Liaison are assigned to each case once it enters the court system. The ADA and Liaison keep the victim or witness informed of case progress.
    6 Lodge Street,
    Albany, NY 12207
    518.694.8446 or 518.447.8771
  • Albany Police Department Domestic Violence Unit
    The Children and Family Services Unit of the Albany Police Department has a staff of two victim liaisons located at Albany City Court.
    1 Morton Avenue,
    Albany, NY 12202
    518.438.4000 or 518.447.8771
  • Equinox – Domestic Violence Services
    95 Central Avenue,
    Albany, NY 12206
    24 hour hotline: 518.432.7865
    Business: 518.434.6135
  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    One Broadway, Suite B210
    Denver, CO 80203
    Phone: 303.839.1852
    TTY: 303.839.8459
    Fax: 303.831.9251
  • The Legal Project
    The Legal Project provides legal advice and representation to victims of domestic violence who cannot afford an attorney and who are seeking safety and independence from their abusers.
    6 Executive Park Drive,
    Albany, NY 12203
    Phone: 5184351770
  • Stalking Resources


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