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Reporting - Your Options

Reporting to Confidential Resources:

The following confidential resources will not inform other University personnel or law enforcement agencies without the victim’s permission. Confidential resources can be very helpful in advising victims on whether or not to make a final report and in assisting with that reporting process.

On-campus Resources

Counseling Services: 860.768.4482

Student Health Center:  860.768.6601

Off-Campus Resources

YWCA of New Britain Sexual Assault Crisis Service

                Hotline: 860.223.1787


Interval House

                24-hour domestic violence hotline: 860.527.0550 or 1.888.774.2900

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services (CONNSACS)

                24-hour confidential hotline – 1.888.999.5545

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV)

                24-hour hotline:

                English:                1.888.774.2900                 Spanish: 1.888.774.2900

Rape, Abuse, and Incest national Network (RAINN) crisis hotline


Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) online hotline


The University offers a number of other resources to victims for receiving support advice, counseling and assistance, and for reporting incidents of sexual violence and other sexual misconduct, but while every effort will be made to preserve confidentiality to the greatest extent possible, these resources may be obligated to take action when they learn about an incident. Faculty members are not confidential resources and must contact the interim University Title IX Coordinator or a deputy coordinator if they are alerted to an alleged violation of this sexual violence policy

Reporting to the University:

  • Any incident, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: Public Safety, 860.768.7985
  • Incidents involving students, visitors, and third parties
    Director of Equal Opportunity Programs & Title IX Coordinator for Students, Visitors, and Third Parties
    Gwaina Wauldon
    Computer and Administration Building (CC) Room 327
  • Incidents involving faculty and staff
    Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Faculty and Staff
    Lisa Belanger-Buoniconti
    Human Resource Development | 860.768.4156
  • Any incidents: Director, Connections
    Kenna Grant | 860a.768.4315

Certainly, based on comfort level, victims can choose to inform other University staff and administration, whereupon the University employee will make sure that a designated University official is informed.