Welcome back to campus and to Spring 2013!
Remember, flu season has arrived so be aware of healthy prevention practices:
Fight the Flu/Conquer the Cold!
- Cough/sneeze etiquette
- Frequent hand-washing!
- Aim for 8 hours of sleep
- Snack on fruits/veggies often; lots of water
- Protect your skin- use moisturizer and lip balm
Still time to get a flu shot from local pharmacies, Target, Walmart, etc.
On & Off Campus Resources
|Info & Support||Formal Complaints||Criminal Investigation||Information Sharing Level|
|Sexual Assault Avocate 240-895-4289||√||√||Anonymous|
SMCM First Responder Network 301-904-2015
Office of Public Safety 240-895-4911
|Counseling Services/ Health Sevices 240-895-4289||√||Strictly Confidential|
|Office of Residence Life 240-895-4207||√||Private|
|Office of Student Conduct 240-895-3181||√||√||Private|
|Dean of Students Office 240-895-4208||√||√||√||Private|
|Academic Services 240-895-4388||√||Private|
|Title IX Coordinator 240-895-4388||√||√||Private|
|St. Mary's Hospital 301-475-8991||√||Anonymous|
|Calvert Memorial Hospital 410-535-4000||√||Anonymous|
|Maryland State Police 410-475-8955||√||Private/Redacted|
|St. Mary's County Sherriff 410-475-4200 x1900||√||Private/Redacted|
|Walden Sierra 302-863-6661 (Crisis)||√||Anonymous|
|The SoMD Center for Family Advocacy 301-373-4141||√||Anonymous|
Information Sharing Levels:
Strictly Confidential reports: Information will not be shared with anyone else without explicit permission of the individual involved except in rare and extreme situations (such as a major threat to the campus). In such a case, steps will be taken to protect the person’s identity.
Anonymous reports: A report of the incident will be shared with the Sexual Assault/Wellness Advocate and the Title IX Coordinator. Any identifying information in these reports will be excluded.
Private reports: The information, including the identity of those involved, will be shared with the Sexual Assault/Wellness Advocate, Title IX coordinator, Student Conduct Officer, Public Safety, Dean of Students office, and relevant administrators.
Redacted reports: Information may be available to the public, with identifying information removed, in accordance with state laws.
Levels of Support:
Support Service: Our support services include counseling, advocacy, medical services, forensic exams, academic changes, residential adjustments, no-contact orders, and an opportunity to express concerns.
Formal Complaint: A formal complaint will trigger a formal investigation of the incident and can lead to a student conduct hearing.
Criminal Investigation: The incident will be investigated by local law enforcement and participate in legal action. This may be done with or without pursuing a formal complaint on campus.