If you are in immediate danger, please call 911 or the Springfield College Department of Public Safety at (413) 748-5555 and move to a safe place as soon as possible.
24/7 Emergency Resources
Springfield College Department of Public Safety: (413) 748-5555
- 24/7 emergency services, including access to a trained sexual assault investigator
- Counseling Center counselor-on-call available after hours through the Department of Public Safety by specifically requesting to speak with the counselor-on-call.
Administrator on Call: (413) 748-5555
- 24/7 support for emergency residential changes and access to support services
YWCA Sexual and Domestic Violence Hotline: (413) 733-7100 (confidential)
- 24/7 hotline to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence
- Medical advocacy: Providing survivors support while at the hospital following a violent incident
- Legal advocacy: Accompany survivors to court and assist with restraining orders
Springfield Police Department: (413) 787-6302
Springfield College Counseling Center: (413) 748-3345 (confidential)
- Provide students with free and confidential counseling by appointment Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays).
- The counselor-on-call can be reached after business hours by calling the Department of Public Safety at (413) 748-5555 and asking for the counselor-on-call.
24/7 Medical Services
Baystate Medical Center: (413) 794-3233 (confidential)
Mercy Medical Center: (413) 748-9000 (confidential)
Both medical centers offer these services.
- Sexual assault exams, including evidence collection, and preventative treatment for sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.
- Access to a nurse with specialized training.
College Support Services
Available Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Office of Student Affairs: (413) 748-3922
- Assists with a connection to resources and safety planning.
Housing and Residence Life: (413) 748-3102
- Assists with requests for alternative housing.
Health Center: (413) 748-3175 (confidential)
- Provides health services, including sexually transmitted infection testing and emergency contraception.
Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators
- Receive complaints of gender inequity and gender-based misconduct.
- Connect survivors with resources on and off campus, including academic, housing, health, safety, and confidential support services.
- Ensure prompt and equitable resolution of all sex and gender-based discrimination and misconduct allegations, including by means of investigation.
Students report to:
- Sue Nowlan
Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Employee Assistance Plan: 1 (800) 252-4555
- Connects employees with a local counselor for a limited number of free, confidential counseling sessions.
- Connects employees with local emergency services, such as rape crisis and domestic violence centers.