Support and Assistance for Students

  • If you feel like you're in danger, call for help as soon as you can:

    • Williamstown Police: Dial 911
    • Campus Safety and Security: Dial 413-597-4444

If the assault happened within the past few days...

  • You may want to seek medical care or preserve evidence of what happened. You don't have to go to the hospital to do it. Here are details to frequently asked questions about medical care after sexual assault.
  • Learn more about Williams' many means of increasing safety, support, and accommodation for survivors.
  • Pregnant or Parenting? Title IX protects you from discrimination at college.

Steps you can take anytime...

Seek out a friend, family member, or anyone you trust to talk to. You may not want or feel able to make quick decisions yet. That's OK: You can use the following resources whenever you're ready, no matter how much time has passed.

Your conversations with the college services on the list below will be kept private unless there is an ongoing threat to the community. Learn more about confidentiality and privacy.

Williams College's Resources

Local Resources

National Resources

Meg Bossong, Director of Intimate Violence Prevention & Response and Health Education