Babson students can contact any of the following Babson confidential resources whether they are living or studying on campus, or participating in College programs remotely. These resources can assist students who have been impacted by potential gender-based misconduct regardless of when or where an incident occurred:
Babson College SAFE Hotline
The College maintains a 24/7 crisis hotline staffed by trained advocates who are ready to help Babson students who have experienced gender-based misconduct. Babson students, as well as campus partners, can call the SAFE hotline if they would like to speak with a confidential resource either for general support, or to answer questions about evidence preservation, medical attention or any other available options. The SAFE hotline number is: 781-239-7233 (SAFE).
Babson Health Services
Students wishing to see or consult with clinicians and nurse practitioners at Babson Health Services can make an appointment online at babson.medicatconnect.com, or by calling 1-781-239-6363. Health Services is located on the first floor of Hollister Hall.
Babson Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
CAPS is a confidential resource that supports students with any personal challenges they are experiencing, and also can assess students’ needs and make referrals when appropriate to off-campus resources. Students can contact CAPS by emailing CAPS@babson.edu or calling 781-239-6200 during business hours. CAPS is located in the Park Manor South Annex.
Babson’s Wellness and Prevention Services
This department provides confidential support and advocacy for students who have been impacted by sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking or intimate partner abuse, and also provides confidential support for students who have been impacted by use and misuse of alcohol and/or other drugs. Babson’s Director of Wellness and Prevention Services, and other staff of this office assist students who have experienced gender-based misconduct and want to request supportive measures, including academic, housing, or employment accommodations from the College. Babson will grant academic and housing accommodations when accommodations are requested and readily available. In addition, confidential staff in this this office frequently assist students who have questions about reporting and other options available to them, both within and outside of Babson. The office can be reached at email@example.com or by calling 781-239-5200.
Babson’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
Babson chaplains representing a variety of faiths are available to provide confidential support and guidance to Babson students. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is located on the 1st floor of the Glavin Chapel, and chaplains can be reached by calling 781-239-5623.
In addition, community resources (see below), which are not affiliated with the College, also are available to provide medical assistance and other confidential support for individuals who have been impacted by gender-based misconduct.
Babson confidential resources will not share with either the College or with law enforcement any identifiable information about those they are supporting or incidents disclosed to them by that person, without that person’s permission, unless:
- sharing information is necessary to address imminent risk of harm the person they are supporting, or to protect the safety of others who are at risk of imminent harm;
- they learn information involving abuse of minors (under the age of 18 in Massachusetts), persons with disabilities, or the elderly which they are legally required to report to government authorities; or
- if required by a valid subpoena or court order to provide testimony.
Babson confidential resources may report non-identifiable statistical information about incidents disclosed to them without disclosing any identifying information about involved parties under the following circumstances:
- Massachusetts General Laws chapter 112, §12A 1/2 requires medical personnel to report to the Commonwealth and the police in the town where a rape or sexual assault occurred data concerning any and all cases of rape and sexual abuse where the survivor seeks medical treatment. However, the data that must be reported does not include the survivor’s name, address or other identifying information;
- A Federal law known as the Clery Act requires Babson employees who have been designated as ‘campus security authorities’ to report to Babson Public Safety non-identifying statistical information about crimes which reportedly occurred on campus or on College controlled property so that Public Safety can determine if the incident should be included among the crime statistics the College is required to publish each year in its Annual Security Report (ASR); and
- Babson confidential resources may, without disclosing individuals’ identities, report to the Title IX Coordinator the general nature, date and location of a reported incident, to help keep the Title IX Coordinator informed about the extent and nature of sexual misconduct occurring on and off campus. Such reporting assists Babson’s ability to track patterns, evaluate the scope of a problem and formulate appropriate campus-wide responses. However, before reporting any such information to the Title IX Coordinator, confidential resources will consult with the impacted individual(s) to ensure that their personally identifying details are not shared with the Title IX Coordinator