• Emergency Hotlines

    If you are in danger and need immediate assistance call 911.

    Student Health Services
    Nurse Advice Line

    212.229.1671, option 1 or 2

    Safe Horizon: Emergency Hotline (English and Spanish)

    NYC Anti-Violence Project (LGBTQH)

    Suicide Prevention (LifeNet)

    New York Asian Women’s Center (multilingual)

    Domestic Violence Hotline
    800.621.HOPE (4673)

    RAINN Online Hotline

  • Reporting Violence to the University

    Students are encouraged to report any incident of violence, discrimination, or microaggression to the university to get immediate assistance, legal and medical information, emotional support, and advocacy. If the person responsible is a student, staff member, or faculty member, a university investigation can be pursued, whether or not the student chooses to report the incident to local police.

    You can file a report of sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence or domestic violence, stalking, and microaggression at any of the university offices listed below.

    Student Conduct and Community Standards

    72 Fifth Avenue, room 406
    Email: studentconduct@newschool.edu
    Phone: 212.229.5349
    Director: Gene Puno-DeLeon

    Title IX Coordinator

    72 Fifth Avenue, room 402
    Email: titleixcoordinator@newschool.edu
    Phone: 212.229.5900 x3655
    Title IX Coordinator: Emily Ralph

    Campus Security

    68 Fifth Avenue
    Email: ilicetot@newschool.edu 
    Phone: 212.229.7001 (24 hours)
    Director: Tom Iliceto

    Student Support and Crisis Management

    72 Fifth Avenue, room 404
    Email: studentsupport@newschool.edu
    Phone: 212.229.5900 x3189 or x3710
    Director: Naim Rasul

    A confidential disclosure, protected by law, can be made to a medical or mental health professional, either on campus at Student Health Services, 212.229.1671, option 1, or at an off-campus clinic.

    Reporting to the Police

    • Call 911 to reach the New York City Police Department anytime, day or night.
    • Visit the New York City Police Precinct closest to you.
    • To report sexual violence directly to the New York City Police Department’s Special Victims Report Line, call 718.610.7273. The hotline allows you to get information without disclosing your name, meaning you can decide whether to go through with the reporting process. You should never be pressured to file a report.