Call if you need to get to safety, receive emergency health/medical care, access other supportive services, or make a report of a crime if you choose to do so.
If you are in need of immediate care, the resources below are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Cornell Health consultations are available for students to talk with a Cornell Health provider about what happened and related medical or counseling concerns. Call (607) 255-5155. The provider will help you determine what care you (or someone else) may want or need and when, where, and how to get it. They can assist you in arranging transportation to Urgent Care if you need it at a time the Cornell Health building is closed (see hours).
- The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is available for faculty and staff emergencies. Call (607) 255-2673.
- Cayuga Medical Center’s Emergency Department provides services to individuals who want to have physical and medical evidence of assault recorded for legal purposes (preferably done within 96 hours of the incident) as well as care and treatment after an assault. This examination by specially trained sexual assault nurse examiners is done at Cayuga Medical Center, (607) 274-4411.
NOTE: Cornell Health can provide guidance, assistance with transportation, and follow-up care for those who choose to have this examination. Call Cornell Health, and a healthcare provider will offer information about your options for care.
- The Advocacy Center of Tompkins County is an off-campus local service that offers confidential support, advocacy, and resources related to sexual assault and relationship violence. Call (607) 277-5000.
New York City Campuses
In an emergency, call 911.
- Weill Cornell Medical College
Students, staff and faculty at Weill Cornell Medical School should access the Weill Cornell sexual misconduct website for New York City resources and reporting options.
- Cornell Tech
At Cornell Tech, students can contact the Associate Dean of Students, who is a liaison to the Office of the Title IX Coordinator for students in New York City’s Cornell Tech program. The Associate Dean of Students provides support, assists students accessing local resources and support services in NYC or Ithaca, and connects students to the University Title IX Coordinator. Cornell Tech staff and faculty interested in reporting and resource options should contact Julie Delay, Senior Director of Human Resources.