Support Resources

The following resources are available to provide support and help you to determine what steps to take next. If you choose to make a complaint, there are many reporting options.

Confidential Resources

Individuals who serve as Confidential Resources are trained to understand issues of discrimination and/or harassment.  Information shared with Confidential Resources (including information about whether an individual has received services) will only be disclosed to other University officials or any other person with the individual’s express written permission, unless there is an imminent threat of serious harm to the individual or to others, or a legal obligation to reveal such information (e.g., if there is suspected abuse or neglect of a minor).  Confidential Resources are not authorized to engage in fact-finding or take action on behalf of the University; nor will they maintain formal or detailed records of confidential consultations.  If after speaking with a Confidential Resource you do not wish to initiate an internal complaint, the Confidential Resource will take no action.  If you do wish to make a complaint, these individuals are knowledgeable about the University’s policies and procedures and will put you in touch with an appropriate University administrator.

The University’s Ombuds office can provide confidential advice regarding issues of discrimination and/or harassment, and information about your options.  Please contact the Ombuds Officer to confidentially discuss any concerns or complaints.

Wokie Nwabueze, Ombuds Officer
179 Nassau Street - Suite D
Princeton, NJ 08544

Other Confidential Resources

*Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education (SHARE) Office provides confidential crisis response, support, advocacy, education and referral services to those who are dealing with incidents of power-based personal violence including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking.

217 McCosh Health Center
Washington Road, Princeton, NJ 08544

*University Health Services Counseling Center provides confidential counseling and support services to students. Spouses and dependents of students may also be eligible for consultations.

McCosh Health Center, Third Floor
Make an Appointment:  609-258-3285
Monday - Friday 8:45 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Walk-in services available for urgent problems
Evening Hours by appointment Mondays and Wednesdays, 5-7 p.m.

Office of Religious Life chaplains provide confidential informal counseling where any member of the campus community may discuss a complaint, conflict or problem.

Murray-Dodge Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544

Carebridge Employee Assistance Program provides eight confidential counseling referrals to faculty and staff.

(On your initial visit to the site, enter the Princeton client code TW8AE to access the Carebridge Library.)

* denotes resources that primarily serve students

Other Resources (Non-Confidential)

There are also trained, non-confidential resources with whom you can consult.  These offices and individuals are not required to keep the information you provide confidential, but they are trained to understand issues of discrimination and/or harassment and can help you to decide on your options.

Trained non-confidential resources include:

Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
58 Prospect Avenue

246 Frist Campus Center


243D Frist Campus Center


Davis International Center
87 Prospect Ave

For more information, contact each Residential College


West College


Assistant and Associate Deans for Academic Affairs, Diversity and Inclusion, and Student Life
Clio Hall


Senior HR Managers, Office of Human Resources
New South Building


Senior Associate Dean, Office of the Dean of the Faculty
Nassau Hall