As a member of SUNY Plattsburgh campus you are connected to many people who make the choice to come to campus from various backgrounds and areas of the country and world. Some may be friends, colleagues, acquaintances, family or so on. We want to challenge you to reach out to others to build new relationships, connections, and understanding.
See Something, Do Something
If you see someone in harm or making an effort to cause harm, we ask that you get involved in helping. Never put yourself in harm’s way to intervene, but there are specific things you can do to make sure intervention occurs:
- Don’t assume someone else will help. It is better to have multiple people stepping in or seeking emergency assistance than none.
- Point to individuals with very clear directives on what to do, such as: “You, call 911.”
- Don’t walk away because it isn’t your business. Any violence or harm on campus affects all SUNY Plattsburgh members.
Additionally, there are ways you can get involved on different levels:
- Become an ally.
- Get educated on topics of violence.
Title IX Coordinator
Office: Hawkins 151
Phone: (518) 564-3281