Hotlines

RESOURCE TYPE OF ISSUE      AUDIENCE/CLIENT BASE                    CONTACT INFORMATION
Sexual Harassment/Assault advising, Resources & Education (SHARE) Office* sexual harassment/assault advocacy and support services -student victims (will refer staff/faculty victims to other resources) 609-258-3310
Counseling/Physiological Services (CPS)* mental healthcare services -students 609-258-3285
Ombuds Office* confidential problem resolving -students, staff, faculty 609-258-1775
Religious Life chaplains* spiritual/religious support -students, staff, faculty 609-258-3047
Office of Disability Services* academic accommodations -students 609-258-8840
Carebridge* confidential assistance for work, personal, and family issues -faculty, staff, graduate students 800-437-0911
Office of Graduate Student Life requests for no-contact orders, student discipline process consultations -students 609-258-3028
Office of the Dean of the Faculty issues concerning faculty and academic professionals -faculty, academic professionals 609-258-4793
Human Resources issues concerning non-faculty employees -non-faculty staff 609-258-3300
Institutional Equity & Diversity consultation/complaints related to harassment and discrimination -students, staff, faculty 609-258-7801
Department of Public Safety emergency issues, safety assistance, crime reporting, self-defense classes -students, staff, faculty 609-258-3333
EthicsPoint Hotline concerns about non-emergency illegal activity, noncompliance, unethical conduct -students, staff, faculty

877-478-9804
Corresponding contact

Sexual Misconduct & Title IX  reporting of sexual discrimination and sexual misconduct -students, staff, faculty 609-258-7411

Confidential resources are marked with an asterisk (*). 

We recognize that deciding among options can be difficult.  Individuals are encouraged to seek assistance from a confidential resource before deciding how to proceed.  Confidential resources provide support and information regarding campus resources, options, and processes: confidential offices will not share information about an individual (including whether the individual has visited that office)without that individual's express written permissions, unless there is an imminent threat of serious harm to the individual or to others, or a legal obligation to reveal such information.

Individuals within the Physics department are also happy to assist students, faculty and staff who are dealing with difficult situations.  The following members of the department have received specific training regarding on-campus resources: Dan Marlow marlow@princeton.edu , Lisa Scalice lscalice@princeton.edu and Regina Savadge rsavadge@princeton.edu and can help guide you to the appropriate resource.  However, please remember that all University employees (excluding confidential resources) have a responsibility to report suspected violations of the Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct policy to the Title IX Office.