Office of the President

Sexual Assault Prevention Resources



Office of Student Conduct, Division of Student Affairs
301-314-8204
studentconduct@umd.edu


Office of Rights and Responsibilities, Department of Resident Life
301-314-7598
drl-rr@umd.edu


University of Maryland Department of Public Safety
301-405-3555 (non-emergency)
301-405-3333 (emergency)


Confidential Resources

Campus Advocates Respond and Educate (CARE) to Stop Violence
University Health Center Office 301-314-2222
24/7 Help Line (call/text) 301-741-3442
care@health.umd.edu

This service is a free and confidential resource that provides support, assistance, and advocacy to any member of the University community impacted by Sexual Misconduct. Its mission is to respond to incidents of Sexual Misconduct, including Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Harassment.


Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
301-314-8170 or 301-314-8099

This program is a confidential assessment, referral, and counseling service staffed by trained mental health professionals. FSAP is available to all University of Maryland employees and their family members at no charge. Faculty and staff may consult with a counselor for many different reasons, including Sexual Misconduct.


University Counseling Center
301-314-7651

The University of Maryland Counseling Center provides comprehensive psychological and counseling services to meet the mental health and developmental needs of students and others in the University community. Staffed by counseling and clinical psychologists, the Counseling Center offers a variety of services to help students, faculty, staff, and the community deal with issues concerning them.


University Health Center, Mental Health Service
301-314-8106

The Mental Health Service is staffed by psychiatrists and licensed clinical social workers and offers confidential services including short-term psychotherapy, medication evaluations, crisis intervention, and group psychotherapy.


Campus Chaplains
301-405-8450 or 301-314-9866

The Campus Chaplains represent 14 faith communities and work collectively to serve the spiritual needs of all members of the University community.