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Trained Carleton Community Members

These members of our Carleton community have recieved training in Carleton's Policies Against Sexual Misconduct, reporting and complaint processes, crisis response, supporting students affected by sexual misconduct, and can connect you with other support and resources.

Peer Leaders with advisory roles (RAs, SWAs, GSCAs, IPLs)

When you contact them, they can…

  • Listen to you.
  • Provide emotional support.
  • Connect you with other campus support people and resources.
  • Talk with you privately, but will be required to complete basic, non-identifying information on a “Community Concern” form, and consult with a Confidential Support Person (SHAC or Chaplain).

Hall Directors

Myers/Nourse, x4455
Watson/East Houses, x4093
Burton/Sevy/Davis, x4500
Cassat/Memorial, x7246
Musser/West Houses, x4457
Evans/Goodhue, x4442

When you contact them, they can…

  • Listen to you.
  • Provide emotional support.
  • Answer questions about residential shared-space concerns and issues related to your living environment.
  • Connect you with other campus support people and resources.
  • Talk with you privately, but will be required to complete basic, non-identifying information on a “Community Concern” form.     

The Dean of Students Office

x4075
https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/dos/

When you contact them, they can…

  • Facilitate conversations about Community Standards.
  • Discuss ways to address academic impacts and shared space concerns.
  • Discuss your options in reporting Sexual Misconduct.
  • Answer questions about the Student Complaint Process.
  • Listen to you.
  • Provide emotional support.
  • Connect you with other campus support people and resources.

The Gender and Sexuality Center

x5222
Basement of Scoville
https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/gsc/

When you contact staff from the GSC, they can…

  • Listen to you.
  • Provide emotional support.
  • Connect you with other campus support people and resources.
  • Talk with you privately, but will be required to complete basic, non-identifying information on a “Community Concern” form, and consult with a Confidential Support Person (SHAC or Chaplain).

Healthy Communities and Relationships (HCR) can…

A description of this group and a list of the Carleton community members who have participated in trainings and become members of HCR can be found here. They can also be identified by the orange and green sign on their office or dorm room door.

When you contact them, they can...

  • Listen to you.
  • Provide emotional support.
  • Direct you to other campus support people and resources.
  • Discuss ways to get involved in proactive prevention and education efforts on campus.
  • Talk with you privately, but College employees will be required to complete basic, non-identifying information on a “Community Concern” form.

Carleton Security

x4444 (from a non-campus phone: 507-222-4444)

Remember that all calls to Security are answered on their radios. If you would like a private line, you may request that the Security Officer on duty call you back on a phone line.

When you contact them, they can…

  • Respond immediately to an ongoing situation.
  • Provide a safety escort at any time.
  • Drive you to the hospital during non-business hours and arrange for you to see a “SAFE Nurse” at the hospital for an evidentiary exam.
  • Contact the on-call Dean or Student Health and Counseling counselor through a paging system. You will be asked your name and number so that the Dean or Counselor can call you directly.
  • Contact Northfield Police if the perpetrator is at large and presents a risk to others, or if the survivor requests this.
  • Security will file an informational report of any incident they respond to.