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Title IX: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence

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Training Sessions

Fall 2015 training dates will be announced shortly.

Additional Resources and Contact Information

University Police
Hemlock Suites
Smith Street, Ground Floor
(570) 422-3064
911 (Emergencies)
www.esu.edu/about/offices/police/index.cfm

Women’s Resources of Monroe County Crisis Hotline/Counseling
(570) 421-4200
www.wrmonroe.org

Vice President of Student Affairs/Title IX Coordinator
(570) 422-3140
www.esu.edu/studetns/index.cfm

Counseling And Psychological Services (CAPS)
(570) 422-3277
www.esu.edu/students/counseling_services/index.cfm

Student Conduct and Community Standards
(570) 422-3461
www.esu.edu/studentconduct

Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity
(570) 422-3656
www.esu.edu/about/policies/list/policies/po2011004.cfm

Residence Life and Housing Operations
(570) 422-3191
www.esu.edu/students/residence_life/index.cfm

ESU Health Center
(570) 422-3553
www.esu.edu/students/health.cfm

VOICE Center
(570) 422- 3225
voice@esu.edu

Women’s Center
(570) 422-3463
www.esu.edu/about/administration/student_affairs/womens_center.cfm

Stroud Area Regional Police Department
(570) 421-6800
http://www.sarpd.com/

If you need a police response for any campus emergency, please dial 911 from your cell phone or 9911 from any campus phone to report the situation to the Monroe County Control Center dispatcher.