Below are listed the members of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). SART members will explain what options and resources are available and will assist you through whatever steps you decide to take. SART members will maintain confidentiality to the fullest extent possible.
860-297-2222, 76 Vernon Street
Campus Safety is responsible for all criminal investigations and apprehensions. Regardless of whether charges are filed, Campus Safety is available to answer your questions about the legal process and your legal options retarding an incident.
Francisco Ortiz, Director: 860-297-2054
Ramon Rosario, Lieutenant: 860-297-2111
Martin Torres, Officer, state certified sexual assault counselor: 860-297-2222
860-297-2415, 135 Allen Place
The Counseling Center
provides a full range of counseling and psychological services including crisis intervention, ongoing counseling to survivors of sexual assault and dating violence, information, and referrals as needed. The services are strictly confidential and free.
Dr. Randy Lee
Dr. Kristin Kennan, Assitant Director; Dr. Kristin Kennan, Assitant Director; Dr. Kate MarinchakWomen & Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC)
860-297-2408/4131, Mather Hall, 2nd floor
staff provides advocacy, support, information, and referrals to individuals who have, or think they have, experienced sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, dating or relationship violence, or stalking. The Director is the SART Coordinator. WGRAC works towards the prevention of violence against women and men through educational programming and events and bystander intervention training. WGRAC sponsors the student group, Students Encouraging Consensual Sex (SECS), which holds annual events to raise awareness around these issues and to support survivors; and, the Male Ambassadors, who work to involve men in the effort to end sexual violence on campus.
Melissa Richard, MSW, State certified sexual assault cousnelor
Training & Program Coordinator
860-297-2018, Wheaton Hall, First floor
The Health Center
provides medical assistance, support and referrals. Sexually transmitted disease (STD) and pregnancy testing, as well as condoms, are available.
Martha Burke O'Brien
The College Chaplains
provide counseling, support and advocacy services for all students.
Trinity College Hillel
74 Vernon Street
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office
is responsible for handling campus judicial cases when violations are reported. Counseling, support and referral services are also provided to students who need various kinds of academic or personal help resulting from an assault.
Dean of Students Associate Deans:
Associate Dean of Students
Associate Dean of Students
Student Activities and Involvement in Leadership (SAIL)
Associate Director of Student Services for Social Houses
Assistant Director of Student Activities
Office of Residential Life
The Office of Residential Life
staff is knowledgeable about campus services and can help survivors get assistance. Staff can expedite the campus judicial process or changes in housing.
Hamlin/Cook, 3rd Floor
State certified sexual assault cousnelor
Office of Multicultural Affairs
860-297-4251, Hamlin/Cook, 2nd Floor
Dean, Multicultural Affairs
Senior Diversity Officer
Title IX Coordinator
As Title IX Coordinator, Dean Spurlock-Evans ensures that Trinity establishes and follows a prompt, thorough, and equitable process for addressing allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and discrimination or differential treatment based on sex. Dean Spurlock-Evans recieves a copy of all reports filed. She encourages campus members to contact her with questions or concerns regarding this process. With respect to specific cases, the Title IX Coordinator will work with the appropriate offices to provide academic and residential accommodations as well as no-contact orders.
Patti Maisch, state certified sexual assault counselor
Program Coordinator, Multicultural Affairs
Ferris Athletic Center
Allee Beatty (Alexandra)Graduate Fellow in Physical Education
Ferris Athletic Center860-297-5279
Queer Resource Center (QRC)
114 Crescent Street
Crystal Nieves, '08
Queer Resource Center Coordinator
Hartford Area Resources
- YWCA of New Britain/Hartford Sexual Assault Crisis Services (SACS): 860-225-4681, x211
YWCA SACS provides immediate counseling/advocacy services to victims of all types of sexual abuse. Assistance is provided to both women and men. All services are free and confidential.
- State Sexual Violence 24 hour Toll Free Hotline: 1-888-999-5545
- State Sexual Violence 24 hour Toll Free Spanish Hotline : 1-888-568-8332
- Domestic Violence 24 hour Toll Free Hotline: 1-888-774-2900
is Associate Director of Student Services for Social Houses.