Sexual Misconduct Resources Available during regular business hours

Available Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET

Atlanta Campus

Office of Respect: Main office, (404) 727-1514. The Office of Respect can provide private consultation and referrals to assist students impacted by sexual misconduct. Staff make referrals to address immediate safety, medical, and counseling needs. After immediate needs are addressed, staff can also assist students with safety planning, requesting informal remedies, and options for follow up through the university’s disciplinary process or with pressing criminal charges.  The Office of Respect will speak with you confidentially, but is mandated to provide information about the incident, without providing names of individuals involved, to the Emory Police Department and Title IX Coordinator.  A detailed explanation of disclosure obligations may be obtained from the Office of Respect.

Student Health Services (EUSHS): (404) 727-7551, press #1. EUSHS can provide confidential medical services to students who have experienced sexual misconduct. Most services are provided free to students, regardless of whether or not EUSHS is a provider under your insurance plan. Some services may have fees, and if EUSHS is not a provider under your insurance plan then staff can assist you in identifying a covered provider.

Healthcare providers are privileged and confidential resources.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): (404) 727-7450. CAPS provides free, confidential crisis and follow-up counseling to students impacted by sexual misconduct. CAPS offers individual and group counseling. Same day, walk-in appointments are available for urgent concerns. Simply let the receptionist know you have an urgent concern and need to be seen by a counselor.

Counselors are confidential and privileged resources.

Office of Spiritual and Religious Life: (404) 727-6226. Staff and affiliated ministers and chaplains with the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life can provide referrals to community members impacted by sexual or interpersonal violence. Some ministers may also provide confidential pastoral counseling.

Ministers and chaplains who provide pastoral counseling are confidential and privileged resources.

Center for Women (404) 727-2031. The Center for Women serves as a source of support for any member of the Emory community impacted by interpersonal or sexual violence. The Center makes referrals to campus and community support agencies.

Center for Student Success Programs and Services. The Center for Student Success Programs and Services assists students and their families on an ongoing basis and in times of crisis – including but not limited to meeting academic, medical, financial, and social challenges, as well as providing assistance to assault survivors. 

Oxford Campus

Health Educator/Coordinator of Student Support:  Heather Jones, (770) 784-8394. The Health Educator/Coordinator of Student Support can provide private consultation and referrals to assist students impacted by sexual misconduct, and makes referrals to address immediate safety, medical, and counseling needs. After immediate needs are addressed, the Health Educator can also assist students with safety planning, requesting informal remedies, and options for follow up through the university’s disciplinary process or with pressing criminal charges.  The Health Educator/Coordinator of Student Support will speak with you confidentially, but is mandated to provide information about the incident, without providing names of individuals involved, to the Emory Police Department Oxford division.  A detailed explanation of disclosure obligations may be obtained from the Health Educator/Coordinator of Student Support.

Counseling and Career Services (CCS):  (770) 784-8394. CCS is dedicated to providing students who are impacted by sexual violence with all the necessary information, confidential guidance, and support possible. CCS is located in Murdy Residence Hall, 1st Floor. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, please call or walk in during office hours to schedule an appointment.

Counselors are confidential and privileged resources.

Student Health Services (SHS): (770) 784-8376. SHS can provide urgent and follow-up medical care. SHS cannot perform evidence collection for criminal prosecution, but can provide medical care for the physical health consequences of sexual violence. Medical care may include optional treatment for the prevention of sexually transmitted infections and/or pregnancy. Pregnancy prevention is most effective when used within 72 hours of sex. To receive care, please call SHS or walk in during business hours. While there may be a wait, SHS does accommodate walk-in appointments.

Healthcare providers are privileged and confidential resources. 

Residential Education and Services (RES): (770) 784-8383.  RES can assist students who have experienced sexual violence by connecting them with support staff and provide accommodations for living arrangements. RES can coordinate with other Oxford departments to integrate student services relating to crisis management, health, and counseling. To receive assistance, please call RES or visit their office in the Candler Student Center.

Religious and Spiritual Life: (770) 784-8392.  Chaplain Lyn Pace provides pastoral counseling services for students during their time at Oxford.

Ministers or chaplains who provide pastoral counseling are confidential and privileged resources.