Sexual Misconduct/Domestic Violence Resources

On-campus / Local Off-campus / National

On-Campus

Women's Center
First Floor - Horton Hall
(717) 477-1790
womenscenter@ship.edu

This office provides advocacy services for victims of violent crime. They can answer questions, provide support, accompany victims during police interviews, medical exams, disciplinary meetings and meetings or hearings related to criminal cases. They also help provide victims remedies and accommodations they may need after an incident and connect them to other resources on-campus and in the community. The staff at the Women’s Center are confidential and not required to report victim information to police, human resources or the Dean of Students Office


Counseling Center
Wellness Center - Naugle Hall
(717) 477-1481

The University Counseling Center (UCC) provides individual, couples, and group counseling, crisis intervention, and psychiatric services for undergraduate and graduate students. The staff at the Counseling Center are confidential and not required to report victim information to police, human resources or the Dean of Students Office.


Health Center
Wellness Center - Naugle Hall
(717) 477-1458
shs@ship.edu(*Do not send medical information to this email address - call to talk to a staff member)

The Etter Health Center provides care for sick or injured students as well as preventative care.


Shippensburg University Police Department
Reed Operations Center
(717) 477-1444
Investigator, Tom Rumberger
Chief, Cytha Grissom

The University Police enforce all regulations and laws, both of the University and the Commonwealth. They also work cooperatively with the Shippensburg Borough Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Police to record incidents that may occur off campus.


Office of Social Equity
Old Main 200
(717) 477-1161
Executive Director
Carlesha Halkias

The Office of Social Equity assists the University in creating and achieving a diverse and inclusive campus community. It plays a major role as an advocate for the protection of the rights of all constituencies to work and learn in an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.


Dean of Students Office
Old Main 210
(717) 477-1164

The Dean of Students Office houses several important services that support and enhance the learning environment at Shippensburg University, including the Office of Student Conduct. Sexual misconduct incidents involving students as the complainant and respondent are adjudicated by this office.


Shippensburg University Title IX Coordinator
Old Main 200
(717) 477-1123, extension 3111
Carlesha Halkias

The Title IX Coordinator is an advocate for the rights of all students to work and learn in an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on gender. Students who experience discrimination or harassment may file a complaint with the Title IX Coordinator.


United Campus Ministry
Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center, Room 213
(717) 477-1672
Rev. Jan Bye

Rev. Bye can provide support services for victims of sexual misconduct and violence. Rev. Jan can offer counseling and assistance in response to the needs those who have been violated. Rev. Jan Bye is confidential and not required to report victim information to police, human resources or the Dean of Students Office.