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Support Resources

In addition to the resources listed on the University Responses page, there are many other supportive offices, staff, and faculty at Boston College who provide additional resources and comfort to students experiencing bias-related incidents beyond reporting the event. Please refer to following resources for guidance and support:

Counseling Services
Gasson 001
617-552-3310

Health Services
St. Thomas Moore
2150 Commonwealth Ave.
617-552-3225

Faculty Staff Assistance Program—Human Resources Department
Patricia Touzin, patricia.touzin.1@bc.edu
O'Neill Library 132
617-552-3340

Office of International Students and Scholars
72 College Road
617-552-8005

Office of International Programs
Hovey House
617-552-3827

Sexual Assault Network
Helpline: 617-552-BC11 (2211), available 24/7

Office of AHANA Student Programs
Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center (BAIC)
Maloney Hall, Suite 455
617-552-3358

Campus Ministry
McElroy Room 233
617-552-3475

Women's Center
Maloney Hall, Suite 441
617-552-3489

Dean's Office of each School
Boston College Law School
617-552-4340
College of Arts and Sciences
617-552-2393
Carroll School of Management
617-552-8420
Connell School of Nursing
617-552-1710
Graduate School of Social Work
617-552-4020
Lynch School of Education
617-552-4200
Woods College of Advancing Studies
617-552-3900

Vice Presidents' offices
Office of The Provost and Dean of Faculties
617-552-3260
Human Resources
617-552-3330
Student Affairs
617-552-3280
University Mission & Ministry
617-552-1603

Off-campus resources
Local law enforcement
Human rights associations
Religious groups, institutions and churches
Domestic violence shelters
State and county bar associations
The U.S. Department of Justice, the Community Relations Service
Civic groups such as the Anti-Defamation League or the NAACP
Victim and Witness Assistance-Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General