SANet Care Team
Malone Hall 441
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Office Hours: Monday—Friday 10am—4pm
Provides confidential support for victims of sexual misconduct, and can help students explore all options including follow-up medical care, reporting options, counseling, and working with University offices to address remedies as needed.
The Women's Center
Maloney Hall 441
Office Hours: Monday—Friday, 10:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
The Women's Center (WC) provides support, education, and programs that promote empowerment for students of all genders in an inclusive and welcoming space.
Please note: The Women's Center is not a privileged confidential resource; all staff, with the exception of the Assistant Director, have responsibilities under Title IX.
University Counseling Services (UCS)
617—552—3310 (during normal business hours)
University Counseling Services (UCS) is available 24 hours a day to assist students affected by sexual harassment, misconduct, or assault. UCS is available during normal business hours at 617–552–3310. During nights, weekends, and holidays, a University clinician is available on call by contacting either University Health Services (617–552–3225) or the Boston College Police (617–552–4444). UCS SANet liaisons: Julie AhnAllen (email@example.com) and Johanna Malaga
University Health Services (UHS)
2150 Commonwealth Avenue (St. Thomas More Road Entrance)
Medical personnel are available 24 hours a day for immediate and follow-up medical attention. For regular appointments, UHS is open Monday—Friday, 10:00 a.m. —4:00 p.m.
McElroy Hall 215
The staff in the Campus Ministry is available to help students with private (but not confidential) pastoral counseling and spiritual direction. Some members of the staff reside in the residence halls. A resident minister is also available 24 hours a
day by contacting BCPD at 617–552–4444.
Campus Ministry Liaisons:
Rick Rossi (617–552–6592, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Maura Colleary (617–552–3170, email@example.com)
Office of the Dean of Students
Maloney Hall 448
Offers outreach, guidance, support, information, and referrals for any student experiencing distress, including students who are healing from incidents of sexual misconduct.
HEAL Survivor Support Group
Dr. Johanna Malaga, Staff Psychologist, UCS
617–552–3310 | firstname.lastname@example.org
HEAL (Hope, Empower, Accept, Listen) is a closed, confidential weekly support group for survivors of sexual assault. The group is run by a trauma specialist and opens to new participants at the beginning of each semester.