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  • Reporting to Sage

    If the student decides to tell a Russell Sage College staff or faculty member about a sexual offense, the majority of employees are required to report the incident to the Title IX Coordinator. These employees are referred to as mandated reporters. The Title IX Coordinator’s role is to investigate the report to make sure the discrimination ends, prevent its recurrence, and address any effects it has had on the student. The Title IX Coordinator is committed to taking these steps in a way that respects a student’s privacy to the highest extent possible and that honors a request for confidentiality and/or a preference for limited or no further action that she or he may make. If the report raises significant safety concerns for the student and/or other members of Sage’s community, the Title IX Coordinator may need to initiate further investigation and/or other action steps in response to the report. In these case, the Title IX Coordinator would keep the student informed about any such action and would take all reasonable steps to keep her or his name confidential.

    Confidential Reporting On Campus

    A student always has the option to reach out to the Wellness Center on either campus to speak to a licensed therapist or a pastoral therapist about an incident, and this remains confidential unless the students wish the person to disclose the information to police and/or the college. Contact information below.

    Confidential Reporting Off Campus

    A student always has the option to reach out to a number of external agencies in and around the area, and the communication by the student to any advocate, including professional counselor, psychologist, social worker, or a doctor is privileged. The information shared remains confidential unless the students wish the advocate to disclose the information to police and/or the college. Contact information below.

    To report a sexual assault, contact:
    State Police 24-Hour Hotline
    1-844-845-7269, dial 911, or
    call Campus Safety or Local Police

    Reporting Resources in Troy

    Troy Campus Wellness Center
    Licensed Therapist
    518-244-2261

    Troy Campus Spirituality Center
    Pastoral Therapist
    518-244-4557

    Sexual Assault & Crime Victims Assistance Program
    Samaritan Hospital
    2215 Burdett Avenue
    Troy, NY 12180

    Crime Victims Hotline
    518-271-3257

    SANE Exam
    518-271-3300

    Unity House
    2431 Sixth Avenue
    Troy, NY 12180
    518-274-2607
    unityhouseny.org

    Reporting Resources in Albany

    Albany Campus Wellness Center
    Licensed Therapist
    518-292-1917

    The Legal Project
    24 Aviation Road, Suite 101
    Albany, NY 12205
    518-435-1770
    legalproject.org

    Albany County Crime Victim & Sexual Violence Center
    112 State St. Room 1118
    Albany, NY 12207
    518-447-7100
    24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline: 518-447-7716
    albanycounty.com/cvsvc

    New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA)
    28 Essex Street
    Albany, NY 12206
    518-482-422
    nyscasa.org

    To learn more about Title IX, contact:

    Director of Title IX & EEO Compliance