Ramapo Campus Student Resources

The following are campus resources for all students. Keep in mind some of these resources are completely confidential, while others are non-confidential private supports. This will be disclosed in their description link as well as the definition of what that means to you as a student at the bottom of this page.

If you are in immediate danger or need help please contact 9-11.

Office of Violence Prevention

Non-Confidential & Private Support

(201) 684-7468

Prevention Coordinator (Marie Attis) is required to report incidents of sex and gender-based harassment/violence (including dating violence) without any identifying information to the Public Safety Department for inclusion in the daily crime log and annual statistical report and for issuance of any required timely warning notice.

Student Staff & Program Volunteers under OVP are required to report to Tilt IX.

Counseling Services



When contacting Counseling Services please request a confidential counselor. A counselor will: Listen and provide sensitive, nonjudgmental support, Explain the types of medical care available after an assault, Assist in making arrangements for getting medical care if desired, Review legal and/or campus adjudication options, Assist in filing a formal report if the student should decide to do so, Review additional resources and options, and Provide follow-up assistance if desired

Title IX


(201) 684-7220

Under Title IX, Ramapo College is required to respond and remedy sexual harassment, violence, and discrimination. The most egregious forms of discrimination include sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

The Women's Center


(201) 684-7468

All Women's Center staff (Pro-Staff, Student Staff, & Center Volunteers) are required to report incidents of sex and gender-based harassment/violence to the Title IX Coordinator.

Public Safety

Non-Confidential & Private Support

(201) 684-6666

Ramapo College Provides an Annual Security Report with All Reported Campus Crimes Including Sexual Assault in Compliance with the Clery Act. The Clery Act does not permit a college to release identifying information about a victim or perpetrator. Clery Act crime reports include only the date of the report, the date of the crime, and the general location.

Athletic Trainers


Trainers with certification and who are licensed by the State of New Jersey and whose official College responsibilities include the evaluation and treatment of student athletes; determining the appropriate application of emergency procedures; and providing first aid as needed are not required by Title IX to report any information regarding an incident of sexual violence.

Pastoral Counselors


A pastoral counselor is someone who is associated with a religious order or denomination, recognized by that religious order or denomination as someone who provides confidential counseling and who is functioning within the scope of that recognition as a pastoral counselor at the College.

Health Services


(201) 684-7536

Health Services provides emergency contraception, testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's), pregnancy testing, and more. These services are provided free of charge for survivors of sexual assault.

Confidential Resources are individuals who are not obligated to report information that is given to them. This allows a student to explore his or her options in order to make informed decisions. The only exceptions to this rule are in cases that involve imminent risk of serious harm, child abuse, emergent hospitalization, or a court order. While specific information may be kept confidential, these incidents may be counted for statistical purposes, as per the Clery Act.

Non-Confidential Resources are professionals who are required by law to report incidents of alleged sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator. When possible, the Title IX Coordinator will keep the identity of an unwilling victim or witness confidential. However, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed as the Title IX Coordinator must balance requests for confidentiality against the safety of other members of the College community. If the Title IX Coordinator determines that there is a threat of imminent or ongoing harm to an individual or to the community, such information may need to be shared and then only with appropriate individuals.

The following are campus resources for students at Ramapo. Keep in mind some resources are completely confidential while others are non-confidential private supports. This factor will be indicated in their description link.