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Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) urgent lines:
617-495-1212 (Cambridge)  
617-432-1212 (Longwood)

Campus Escort Program:

Shuttle Bus Service:

Shuttle Bus Tracker

Evening Van Service:


Harvard University Health Services (HUHS)
24-hour urgent care: 617-495-5711 

Support & Counseling

Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR)
24/7 confidential hotline: 617-495-9100

Title IX Office:

Title IX Coordinators

Counseling and Mental Health Services (HUHS):
24-hour urgent care: 617-495-5711

Harvard University chaplains:

Undergraduate Peer and Tutor Support

Contact (peer counseling):

Response (peer counseling):
617-495-9600 (8 p.m. to 8 a.m.)

Room 13 (peer counseling):
617-495-4969 (7 p.m. to 7 a.m.)

SASH tutors & CAARE proctors


Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) urgent lines:
617-495-1212 (Cambridge) 
617-432-1212 (Longwood)

Office for Dispute Resolution (ODR):

Title IX Coordinators

International Traveler

Harvard Global Support Services
24/7 access to medical and security services, emergency assistance, and in-person counseling referrals via Harvard Travel Assist: +1-617-998-0000

Title IXConfidentiality

Some channels, such as the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response, offer confidentiality: We only share information you disclose at your request. Others, such as a Title IX Coordinator, control information you share with the utmost sensitivity, but may, in limited circumstances, need to take action, for example, to address an ongoing threat or to maintain your safety.

Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment

The Harvard University community strives to maintain a safe environment free of sexual discrimination, violence, and harassment. Through multiple departments, we work to foster a fair and supportive culture with resources to support community members who experience behavior that violates those expectations so that you can continue your studies and can continue to participate in all aspects of what Harvard has to offer you.

We seek to create a safe environment in which you can come forward with concerns about safety, assault, and harassment. We respect your right to evaluate paths for healing and resolution that are right for you. There are many options available to you, and counselors, trained staff, and knowledgeable partners can help guide you to the appropriate resources to meet your needs.

Harvard University operates within the laws and protections of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and United States. Behavior within our community is subject to all expectations, rules, and laws that protect individuals from discrimination, harassment, and violence on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

You can read Harvard University's Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment Policy on the Title IX Office website.