​​​​Confidential and Non-Confidential Campus Resources
Confidential resources like SAPA, on-campus health professionals, and ordained clergy, are not obligated to report disclosures given to them of any experience with sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and harassment.  This allows you to explore options in a non-pressure environment in order to make informed decisions.  Except in rare or extreme circumstances, nothing will be shared without your explicit permission or a court order.  

Non-confidential resources like the CMU Police or the CMU Office of Civil Rights and Institutional Equity, are required by the university or by law to report incidents and take disciplinary, legal, or other action accordingly.



Confidential Campus Resources
The CMU Counseling Center provides a variety of free services for CMU students enrolled in classes. Services include confidential individual counseling and group counseling specifically designed for those who have been affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and harassment.  To make an appointment with a sexual aggression dedicated counselor or register to attend group counseling, contact the Counseling Center.
Phone:  (989) 774-3381
Location:  Foust Hall 102
Hours:  8 am to 5 pm, Monday-Friday during fall and spring semesters, 8 am to noon and 1 pm to 5 pm during summer semesters and other times when CMU is open.

Sponsored by the Office of Residence Life, the Counselors in Residence program places licensed mental health professionals directly in the residence halls.  Their mission is to provide free consultation, support, crisis intervention, and proactive prevention efforts addressing mental health issues and to act as a bridge to other CMU programs that support personal growth and academic progress of students.  Counselors in Residence are available at the following campus locations:
  • East Student Success Center – Saxe Hall, (989) 774-1879
  • North Student Success Center – Larzelere Hall, (989) 774-3947
  • South Student Success Center – Sweeney Hall, (989) 774-3089
  • Towers Student Success Center (989) 774-6601
The Employee Assistance Program​ provides employees with confidential support regarding issues that may impact work or personal life.  Professional confidential support is provided 24/7 via telephone, face-to-face, or online.  
Phone:  1-800-788-8630
Hours:  24/7/365 

SAPA provides confidential advocacy, support, empowerment, crisis intervention, and short-term emergency housing to those affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking.  SAPA is under the direction of the Department of Sexual Aggression Services.

Safe Room:  SAPA can provide short-term emergency housing for CMU students who are victims of sexual aggression and need a safe place to stay.  A safe room is available during the fall and spring semesters by contacting SAPA via the 24-hour crisis hotline, (989) 774-CALL (2255).

If you require emergency shelter during the summer semester, university breaks, or university closures, please contact Women’s Aid Services​.  

24-Hour Crisis Hotline:  (989) 774-CALL (2255) 
Online SAPA Chat:  Click or touch the Online button located on the right
Email:  sapa@cmich.edu 
Hours:  The 24-hour crisis hotline and online SAPA chat is available 24-hours a day during fall and spring semesters.  Crisis services are unavailable during summer semesters, university breaks, and university closures.  Please contact the Department of Sexual Aggression Services, (989) 774-6677, or the CMU Counseling Center, (989) 774-3381, during these times. 
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Student Health Services is a year-round clinic, pharmacy, and lab that offers a variety of services and programs for CMU students, faculty, staff, and spouses. Board-certified family practice doctors work with licensed physician assistants to provide quality primary care services. 
Phone:  (989) 774-5693
Location:  Foust Hall 200​
Clinic Hours:  8 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday


Non-Confidential Campus Resources
CMU Police is your resource for reporting incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, or harassment which have occurred on-campus.
911 (if calling from an on campus phone)
Phone:  (989) 774-3081
Hours:  24/7/365

The Office of Civil Rights and Institutional Equity investigates all sexual misconduct complaints.  The university’s current Sexual Misconduct Policy that applies to all faculty, staff, and students regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation can be found on their website.
Phone:  (989) 774-3253
Hours:  8 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday
Sexual Misconduct Policy link:  Click or touch here​ 

(989) 774-1345
Hours:  8 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday

The Office of Student Disability Services assists in making accommodations for those who have been affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and harassment.    
Phone:  (989) 774-3018
Email:  sds@cmich.edu
Location:  Park Library 120
Office Hours:  8 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday

The Student Ombuds provides information on resources, polices, and procedures to CMU students.  The Ombuds is empowered to investigate concerns when all normal channels have been exhausted and has the right of access to university records, reports, and other documents.
Phone:  (989) 774-3010 
Location:  Ronan Hall 220
Office Hours:  8 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday