Many departments on campus are available to help survivors of violence with a variety of support services. Some of these departments are listed here, but any member of the CCRT can help to connect students the proper resources on campus.
The Office of the Dean of Students serves as the coordination center for student advocacy. The Dean of Students is available to help students with a variety of concerns, including assistance with violence on campus. If would like assistance getting connected to resources on campus, have questions, complaints or just would like to talk the Dean of Students is available to support you.
Campus Ministry provides chaplains who are available to discuss with students the spiritual dimension of healing from sexual assault.
Ministry: (773) 508-2200
If you are a survivor of violence on campus and require academic assistance, such as a leave of absence or to change a class, Academic Advising is available to assist you.
Academic Advising & Support Services: (773) 508-7714
Free, short-term counseling (6-8 sessions) is available to student survivors of violence at the Wellness Center located on the 3rd floor of Granada Center (6439 N. Sheridan Rd, Suite 311). Wellness Center counselors can also provide referrals to off-campus providers for longer term care. Wellness Center medical services are available if a survivor of sexual assault would like a medical exam, STI testing, or pregnancy testing. The Wellness Center does not conduct evidence exams for sexual assaults or provide emergency contraception.
Wellness Center: (773) 508-2530
Dial-A-Nurse: (773) 508-8883
Support groups are available at the Wellness Center. Here is a list of the fall 2014 group offerings at the Wellness Center. There is also a group around Unhealthy Relationships offered by the YWCA Evanston Northshore.
Title IX Coordinator
Rabia Khan is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving students, including training, education, communication, and investigation of complaints. Contact Rabia Khan, Assistant to the Vice President (Office of Student Development) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-508-8016.
Faculty and Staff at Loyola who are trained to respond to survivors of violence will display this symbol in their office. Each person is able to connect students to resources on and off campus, provide options for reporting and support survivors in their disclosure.