Loyola University Chicago

Coordinated Community Response Team

On-Campus

Confidential Resources

Loyola Sexual Assault Advocacy Line

Wellness Centers

Free, short-term counseling (6–8 sessions) is available to student survivors of violence at one of two Wellness Centers at Loyola. The Lake Shore Campus Wellness Center is located on the 3rd floor of Granada Center (6439 N. Sheridan Rd, Suite 311) and the Water Tower Wellness Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Terry Student Center (26 E. Pearson, Suite 250).

Wellness Center counselors can also provide referrals to off-campus providers for longer term care. Wellness Center medical services are available if a survivor of sexual assault would like a medical exam, STI testing, or pregnancy testing. The Wellness Center does not conduct evidence exams for sexual assaults or provide emergency contraception.

Wellness Center: 773.508.2530
Dial-A-Nurse: 773.508.8883

Sexual assault support groups, mindfulness meditation groups, etc. are available. Please see here for the groups available this semester.

**Please visit here to see Wellness Center hours**

Additional Resources

Title IX

Thomas M. Kelly
Sr. Vice President for Administrative Services
Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO)
Office of the President—Suite 1509
820 North Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6400
tkelly4@luc.edu

Deputy Coordinators:

Rabia Khan-Harvey is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving students, including training, education, communication, and investigation of complaints. Contact Rabia at rkhan@luc.edu or 773.508.8016.

Danielle Hanson is responsible for Title IX compliance in matters involving faculty, staff and visitors, including training, education, communication, and investigation of complaints. Contact Danielle Hanson, Human Resources Manager, at dhanson@luc.edu or 773.508.3962.

Jay D. Malcolm
Associate Athletics Director for Compliance
Administration Norville Center for Athletics
jmalcolm@luc.edu
Phone: 773.508.884.

Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students serves as the coordination center for student advocacy. The Dean of Students is available to help students with a variety of concerns, including assistance with violence on campus. If would like assistance getting connected to resources on campus, have questions, complaints or just would like to talk the Dean of Students is available to support you.

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry provides chaplains who are available to discuss with students the spiritual dimension of healing from sexual assault.

Academic Advising

If you are a survivor of violence on campus and require academic assistance, such as a leave of absence or to change a class, Academic Advising is available to assist you.

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