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Most Tufts University employees are mandated reporters, which means they are required to report disclosures of sexual misconduct to the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO). 

Confidential Resources

The Sexual Misconduct Resource Specialist, Nandi Bynoe can help you change housing, get academic accommodations, and navigate the reporting process. 617-627-0765 | Location: Dowling Room 701F | nandi.bynoe@tufts.edu The Sexual Misconduct Prevention Specialist, Alexandra Donovan 617-627-5140 | Location: Health Services

Tufts Health Services offers STI testing and emergency contraception during their hours and will provide students with taxi vouchers to go to the hospital. 617-627-3350 | Location: 124 Professors Row (Across from Fletcher Field) Tufts Counseling and Mental Health Services is a confidential resource that offers free counseling. 617-627-3360 | Location: 120 Curtis Street

Tufts University Chaplaincy is a confidential resource at Tufts that is open to people of all religious denominations. 617-627-3427 | Location: Interfaith Center, 58 Winthrop Street

The Sexual Misconduct Resource Specialist, Nandi Bynoe can confidentially help you change housing, get academic accommodations, and navigate the reporting process. 

617-627-0765 | Location: Dowling Room 701F | nandi.bynoe@tufts.edu
More information on Sexual Misconduct.

The Sexual Misconduct Prevention Specialist, Alexandra Donovan
617-627-5140 | Location: Health Services

Student Advisory & Health Administration During normal business hours, this office provides short‐term confidential counseling for personal problems, academic concerns, career indecision, increased self‐awareness, stress management, anxiety, and family and interpersonal issues. There are NO medical services provided at this office.
Boston: 617‐636‐2700 | Grafton: 508‐839‐5302

Medical services

 

Tufts University Chaplaincy is a confidential resource at Tufts that is open to people of all religious denominations. 
Location: Interfaith Center, 58 Winthrop Street.

Non-Confidential Resources

Tufts Office of Equal Opportunity handles all sexual misconduct investigations and the adjudication process.
617-627-3298 | Location: 200 Boston Ave

Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) can connect you to the counselor on call and the Chaplain on call (both are confidential). TUPD can also provide you with taxi vouchers to and from hospitals and help you enforce Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.
Emergency: 617-627-6911 | Non-Emergency: 617-627-3030

The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs can assist in reporting sexual misconduct, getting academic accommodations and grant Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.
617-627-3158

Title IX Liaisons 
The Sexual Misconduct Reporting Liaisons (Title IX) are university employees who are available to receive reports of sex discrimination at Tufts, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. The liaisons can provide information regarding available resources, but are not responsible for investigating reports. Rather, they will direct the information they receive to the university’s Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity.

Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy

Patrick Webb, Dean for Academic Affairs
617-636-3779 | Patrick.Webb@tufts.edu

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Science

Naomi Rosenberg, Dean
617-636-2143 | Naomi.Rosenberg@tufts.edu

School of Dental Medicine

Robert H. Kasberg Jr., Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs
617-636-6539 | Robert.Kasberg@tufts.edu

School of Medicine

Amy Kuhlik, Dean of Student Affairs
617-636-6534 | Amy.Kuhlik@tufts.edu

Tufts Office of Equal Opportunity handles all sexual misconduct investigations and the adjudication process.

617-627-3298 | Location: 200 Boston Ave

Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) can connect you to the counselor on call and the Chaplain on call (both are confidential). TUPD can also provide you with taxi vouchers to and from hospitals and help you enforce Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.
Emergency: 617-636-6911 | Non-Emergency: 617-636-3030

Title IX Liaisons
The Sexual Misconduct Reporting Liaisons (Title IX) are university employees who are available to receive reports of sex discrimination at Tufts, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. The liaisons can provide information regarding available resources, but are not responsible for investigating reports. Rather, they will direct the information they receive to the university’s Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity.

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

Rebecca Russo, Director of Admissions
508-839-7920 | Rebecca.Russo@tufts.edu

Tufts Office of Equal Opportunity handles all sexual misconduct investigations and the adjudication process.
617-627-3298 | Location: 200 Boston Ave

Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) can connect you to the counselor on call and the Chaplain on call (both are confidential). TUPD can also provide you with taxi vouchers to and from hospitals and help you enforce Stay Away Requests and No Contact Orders.
Emergency: 508) 839-5303 | Non-Emergency: (508) 887-4900

Title IX Liaisons
The Sexual Misconduct Reporting Liaisons (Title IX) are university employees who are available to receive reports of sex discrimination at Tufts, including sexual harassment and sexual assault. The liaisons can provide information regarding available resources, but are not responsible for investigating reports. Rather, they will direct the information they receive to the university’s Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity.