If you, or someone you know, are a victim of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence or stalking the following campus and community resources are available for assistance.
On Campus Resources
There are many services established to assist individuals who have been sexually assaulted. Sarah Tansits, the Coordinator of the campus sexual assault response advocates (SARA) or other student affairs staff members (see list below under Education and Training) may be contacted to provide assistance or for any questions.
Sue Golinski, Associate Director for Public Safety and Acting Title IX Coordinator,
Lower Level, Cullen Hall
Sarah Tansits, Sexual Assault Response Advocate (S.A.R.A.) Coordinator
First Floor, Hodson Hall
Carolyn Burton, Director of Human Resources/ Assistant Title IX Coordinator
500 Washington Avenue
Kari Hughes, Head Women’s Rowing Coach/ Asst. Title IX Coordinator
Sarah Feyerherm, Vice President for Student Affairs
Second Floor, Casey Academic Center
Department of Public Safety
First Floor Casey Academic Center
Miranda Altman, Director of Counseling Center
Queen Anne House
Lisa Marx, Director of Health Services
Queen Anne House
Off Campus Resources
“For All Seasons, Inc.” Sexual Assault Crisis Center,
A 24-hour confidential service that provides counseling, advocacy and support to survivors.
Two area hospitals have sexual assault response programs in place. Forensic Nurse Examiners are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide confidential medical examination, STI and pregnancy prophylactics. The programs work in conjunction with For All Seasons, Inc., to provide advocacy support to victims.
University of Maryland Shore Health Center at Chestertown, 410-778-3300 – located adjacent to Washington College at 100 Brown Street, Chestertown, Maryland
Memorial Hospital, 410-822-1000 – located at 219 S. Washington Street, Easton, Maryland
The S.A.R.A. representative, serving as the sexual assault response coordinator, will inform the Reporting Party, at a minimum, of internal complaint options, availability of confidential counseling, mechanisms available to address concerns about physical safety, as well as the possibility of alternative housing assignments or classroom arrangements (where appropriate).