Sarah Lawrence College is an intellectual community founded on mutual respect. The College is committed to providing a living, learning and working environment that is free from sexual violence. Offenses such as sexual harassment and sexual assault can impair or limit the educational and occupational opportunities of any person at Sarah Lawrence and have no place in this community.

Students have the right to make a report to campus security, local law enforcement, and/or state police or choose not to report; to report the incident to the College; to be protected by the College from retaliation for reporting an incident; and to receive assistance and resources from the College.

  • Read the SLC Student Bill of Rights for Reports of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Exploitation
  • Learn more about Reporting Options.
  • If you would like to file a Preliminary Report with the Title IX Office, you may use this form, or see the below contact information for the Title IX Coordinator.
  • The Policy on Sexual Violence can be found within the Student Handbook.
  • All faculty (including tenured, nontenured, and visiting professors and graduate assistants), staff (except for Health & Wellness staff), and Residence Life employees (including RAs and ARLCs) are mandated reporters - meaning they must report to the Title IX Office any potential violations of the Policy on Sexual Violence. Mandated reporters should use this form to file a report. Reach out to the Title IX Coordinator with any questions.

Kristin Collado, Esq.
Title IX Coordinator
E: titleix@sarahlawrence.edu or kcollado@sarahlawrence.edu
P: 914-323-6138

Campus Address:
Andrews Annex, Room 102b
Sarah Lawrence College
1 Mead Way
Bronxville, NY 10708

 SLC Health & Wellness Center (9am-5pm/M-F)  914-395-2350
 Westchester Victims Assistance Services (VAS)  914-345-9111 
 National Sexual Assault Hotline  800-656-HOPE (4673)
 NYS Hotline for Reporting Sexual Assault  844-845-7269