Campus & Community Support Resources
The following resources are available to provide support and help you to determine what steps to take next. If you choose to make a complaint, there are many reporting options.
Information shared with confidential resources (including information about whether an individual has received services) will only be disclosed to the Title IX coordinator or any other person with the individual's express written permission, unless there is an imminent threat of serious harm to the individual or to others, or a legal obligation to reveal such information (e.g., if there is suspected abuse or neglect of a minor). For more information about confidentiality, see section 1.3.5 of the sex discrimination and sexual misconduct policy.
McCosh Health Center, second floor, Washington Road
McCosh Health Center, third floor
McCosh Health Center
179 Nassau St., Suite D
Carebridge — Faculty & Staff Assistance Program
On your initial visit to the site, please enter the Princeton client code TW8AE to access the Carebridge Library.
Womanspace is a community-based organization that specializes in emergency response and treatment of victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. They provide a 24-hour, confidential hotline which is staffed by trained advocates who are well-versed in responding to situations of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. Volunteer advocates and professional personnel from Womanspace can assist victims and survivors throughout the SART process and provide insight into various processes involving police and the county court system. Additionally, Womanspace has a shelter for victims and survivors of domestic violence and provides specialized, individual and group counseling for a sliding scale fee.
This resource is confidential, meaning information given to them will not be reported. There are some exceptions when there is risk of imminent harm.
1530 Brunswick Avenue, Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
609-394-9000 (24-hour hotline) /609-394-0136 (office)
(Off-campus, NOT confidential)
SART assists with evidence collection and preventative medicine. The team provides access to a team of professionals, including a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE), Womanspace advocate, and, if desired, law enforcement.
This resource is NOT confidential, meaning it is required by law to report these incidents and violations and to take legal, disciplinary or other action accordingly.
SART can be activated by contacting:
- Womanspace: 609-394-9000
- Princeton Police Department: 609-921-2100 (calls will likely result in police involvement)
- Department of Public Safety: 609-258-3333 (calls will likely result in police involvement)
or going to an emergency room:
- University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro
- Capital Health Medical Center in Hopewell
- Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
(Off-campus, NOT confidential)
The Princeton Police Department has jurisdiction over cases of dating and domestic violence and sexual assault. They are responsible for responding to the scene and managing criminal cases that occur on campus and in the Princeton area. The Princeton University Department of Public Safety can assist with contacting the appropriate authority when incidents occur on-campus, regionally, or out of state.
This resource is NOT confidential, meaning it is required by law to report these incidents/violations and take legal, disciplinary or other action accordingly.
Phone: 609-921-2100 (available 24 hours)
(Campus, NOT confidential)
Address: 200 Elm Drive, Princeton, New Jersey 08544
Phone: 609-258-3333 (available 24 hours)