Get to a safe place and call for help
- Call 911 (South Orange Police Department)
- Call Public Safety & Security (973-761-9300)
- Counseling and Psychological Services (973-761-9500)
- Office of the Dean of Students (973-761-9076)
NOTE: After hours & on weekends—for both the Dean's Office and Counseling—contact Public Safety to be connected to the person on-call.There is someone available 24/7.
Go to Urgent Care (for example, a hospital)
- Receive help for physical injuries.
- Screen for STDs/pregnancy.
- If possible, do not shower or clean up. Do not change clothes. Hospital staff can collect evidence using a rape kit.
- If you want to file a police report, you can call the police from the emergency room.
- Contact Essex County Rape Care Center -1-877-733-2273
- Hospital Referral: Newark Beth Israel (973) 926-7240
Days/Months Following an Assault
Reach out to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on campus for counseling support (973-761-9500)
- If comfortable, reach out to family and friends for support.
- Resource Brochure: After Sexual Violence: A Recovery Guide for Survivors
Office of the Dean of Students
- Karen Van Norman
Associate Vice President for Student Services
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
- Winston Roberts
Assistant Dean of Students
- Aids in connection to medical assistance and counseling service, on or off-campus.
- Provides information about and access to interim accommodations.
- Provides information about pursuing a complaint through the campus student conduct process.
- Provides information about pursuing a criminal complaint.
Title IX Coordinator
- Lori Brown
Director of EEO Compliance
Public Safety & Security
- Available to respond immediately to Seton Hall University survivors and provide connection to medical assistance
- Connection to SOPD to initiate a criminal complaint
- Connection to Office of the Dean of Students for on campus report
Essex County Rape Care Center
Confidential Reporting Options