When Homophobia & Gender-Bias Happen
Harassment based on sexual orientation and gender-identity is perpetuated by homophobia and transphobia. You do not have to handle it alone. No one deserves harassment. The University is committed to creating and maintaining a safe environment for all students, staff, and faculty.
Confidential counselors (e.g., SHARE, the University Health Services Counseling Center, the Ombuds Office, Carebridge, or chaplains in the Office of Religious Life) are not authorized to investigate your concerns or take action on behalf of the University. If after speaking with a confidential counselor you wish to lodge a complaint, the confidential counselor will put you in touch with an appropriate University administrator.
Whom can one speak to about harassment?
SHARE (Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources, and Education)
McCosh Health Center, Second Floor, Room 217
SHARE after hours location: McCosh Health Center, Second Floor, Inpatient Services
Jackie Deitch-Stackhouse, Director
The LGBT Center
246 Frist Campus Center
Debbie Bazarsky, Director
Email: bazarsky [at] princeton.edu
200 Elm Drive
For reporting incidents when one would like an investigation or police action taken, contact Public Safety.