Students can get help and talk about their experience in a confidential manner with both on-campus and off-campus resources, but students should be aware that confidentiality protections associated with on-campus resources vary and depend upon an employee’s job description.
Will not reveal information to any third party except when an applicable law or a court order requires or permits disclosure of such information. (Please Note: Front desk staff are not confidential resources. Therefore, when making an appointment, simply indicate the matter is of a personal or confidential nature, and no further information will be required.)
Lower Bedford Hall Office: 401.865.2343Answering Service: 401.865.1333
(Available 24/7)Providence College Personal Counseling Center
St. Dominic ChapelOffice: 401.865.2216Answering Service: 401.865.1333 (Available 24/7)Providence College Office of Mission and Ministry
Lower Bedford HallOffice: 401.865.2422Security/EMTs: 401.865.2222 (Available 24/7)Providence College Student Health Center
Providence College has a Memorandum of Agreement in place with Day One - The Sexual Assault & Trauma Resource Center for enhanced, PC-specific services to support survivors of sexual assault. Sara Eckhoff, Day One Advocacy CoordinatorPhone: 401-280-0564Learn more about Victim Advocacy, Support, & Education
*Employees in the Student Health Center and the VASE Coordinator will provide the Title IX Coordinator with a limited report (that keeps the name of the reporting person anonymous) of the incident details (nature, date, time, and general location, if known). All personally identifiable information will remain confidential.
Students who wish to speak with a confidential resource not affiliated with the College may disclose and/or receive confidential, trauma-informed counseling support from
Day One: The Sexual Assault and Trauma Resource Center. Conversations with Day One advocates are privileged and confidential; they will not report what students disclose to them about an incident to the College or to local law enforcement unless legally obligated to do so.
24 Hour Helpline: 1.800.494.8100Office: 401.421.4100Day One Rhode IslandDay One - Sexual Assault Frequently Asked Questions
These resources, as well as all other College employees, are
mandated reporters of sexual misconduct or relationship violence and are obligated to report any incidents they learn of to the Title IX Coordinator. While these resources are not classified as confidential under Title IX, all resources do their best to keep information as private and discrete as possible.
Huxley Avenue GateEmergency: 401.865.2222General: 401.865.2391
Slavin 10524/7 On Call: 401.639.9110General: 401.865.2392
Emergency: 911General: 401.272.3121Special Victims Unit: 401.243.6331Special Victims Unit Law Enforcement Advocate: 401.243.6338Learn more about reporting to police and the role of the Law Enforcement Advocate
101 Dudley St, Providence RI 02905General: 401.274.1100Emergency Room: 401.274.1750
593 Eddy St, Providence RI 02903General: 401.444.4000Emergency Room: 401.444.5411
These resources allow anyone on campus to anonymously report an incident to the Department of Public Safety.
Department of Public Safety Silent Witness Report
Department of Public Safety Tip Now Text: 401.281.9933
Department of Public Safety Tip Now email: PC@tipnow.org
PC Guardian Tip Now via PC Guardian mobile app