University Health and Counseling Services provides confidential medical and behavioral health services for Northeastern students. If you have experienced a sexual assault, violence or misconduct UHCS is here to help. Seeking help and support can be a difficult decision to make. The staff at UHCS can offer a confidential, nonjudgmental place to start.
UHCS clinicians are trained in providing assessment, treatment and recommendations for survivors of sexual and all types of violence.
UHCS is here to help. We hear you. We believe you. We support you.
As part of the ViSION network, UHCS can connect you with a number of resources on campus including: The Office of University Equity and Compliance, Northeastern University Police Department, Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, We Care Team and Residential Life.
Confidential support is available through
the spiritual advisors at CSDS.
Report an Incident
Anyone who has experienced, or is aware of an incident of sexual violence is encouraged to first ensure safety, seek medical attention, contact resources and report the incident. The Office of University Equity and Compliance can provide information about safety measures, reporting options, investigation procedures, and potential pathways towards a resolution. To learn more about your options and explore reporting, visit The Office of University Equity and Compliance.
Are you wondering how to support a survivor?
To learn more about ways to support yourself, a loved one or friend who has been impacted by sexual violence, click here.
Northeastern University Police Department
Office: 716 Columbus Place
Emergency Phone: 617-373-3333
Non-Emergency Phone: 617-373-2121
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
National Sexual Assault Hotline
For more information about local and national resources, please visit The Office for University Equity and Compliance and ViSION.